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I'm running a print server using CUPS on a computer running Ubuntu 9.04. I have several computers using it quite nicely, but I need to add a laptop to this mix. I work at a University which has a VPN. All wireless connections must go through the VPN, the laptop uses wireless. So here's my problem: the laptop cannot see the printer, or maybe the printer computer cannot see the laptop. I'm not sure which.
The laptop is running Windows 7, but I can print just fine with a computer running Windows Vista, so I don't think this is an issue.
My server's /etc/cups/cupsd.conf contains the following:
# Allow remote access
# Share local printers on the local network.
# Allow shared printing...
The ??? are the IP addresses of the computer's on my network. I've tried several versions of what I believe to be the laptop's IP or hostname including" full.host.name *.group.name, and the IP of the router. I also tried the hostname of another computer that should be in my local network but it did not work either.
I'm testing to see that it's working by simply going to <IP>:631 in a browser. Once I can see the CUPS menu there I figure I should be able to use the printer, that's how it worked with Vista.