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Old 12-22-2003, 04:58 PM   #1
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SMB Printing to a different subnet


For fun today, I put my Linux server on a different subnet than my windows box. I have them connected via a router. Now, I cannot connect to the printer or send print jobs to it from the Linux box.

In order to do smb printing, does each computer have to be on the same subnet? I didn't think it would have to be that way, but it is seeming that is the case.

Any ideas? Thanks.


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