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Jan 15, 2013

I use vpn to connect to another organization from my office and on the same network where my printer resides, if i logon to the vpn printing to my local printer becomes a problem, I can also print to my local printer.

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Oct 27, 2011

I am using Open-VPN to connect directly to our server at our office. We have a main network printer at the office that everyone uses. While hardwired, I added the printer to my laptop. When I am at the office, either wired or wirelessly, I can print to the printer. When I try to print from home, the printer never opens, it is unable to connect. Is there a way to access a network printer when logging in remotely through VPN?

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A friend has asked me to work with him set up a new office. He already has a PC and a phone line but not broadband, so he is going to organise that and getting a wireless router.He wants a wireless colour laser printer so that his visitors/guests can print easily from his office, or the next office. Does he really need a wireless printer to do this? Or if I plug a network printer directly into his router with an Ethernet cable, same with his PC, will that enable laptop users to print wirelessly (assuming they know the router passphrase of course)? I guess they would need to install the relevant printer driver to do this too.

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Jul 7, 2011

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Nov 22, 2011

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Jun 13, 2011

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Jun 29, 2012

I am trying to protect the computing assets on a perimeter firewalled / protected LAN from visiting laptops while still permitting the laptops wifi internet access and printing priviledges on the LAN's networked HP printer To do that I was thinking of setting up a computer as a dedicated firewall with 3 NICs (external internet, internal LAN and a DMZ for a Guest wifi router for use by the visiting laptops). (Will probably use free Untangle Firewall software software or such on the dedicated firewall computer).What I can't figure out is the firewall's topology, IP ranges and rules / forwarding that would permit such laptop operation.I would think it would be a common need for small offices but can't find much material on the subject.I do understand that such would slightly weaken the firewall but feel that I would gain more security overall.

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Sep 19, 2011

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Mar 9, 2011

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Jan 11, 2013

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Mar 12, 2013

My father works at a mall in a shop and had bought a Brother 2270DW printer (wireless and wired networking) to find that it was a bit bigger than he had anticipated it to be and does not fit on his kiosk desk, and so gave the printer to me yesterday. He was wondering if it is possible to setup the printer so that it could be printed to from over the internet. After I reserved a DHCP IP address for the printer, changed 'admin' and 'user' passwords, and disabled some protocols, I made sure IPP was enabled and that port 631 (TCP) was forwarded on my DD-WRT router.

I added the printer as my external IP address [URL] in Windows, selected the correct driver as provided by Windows Updates, and attempted to send a test page without success.This would be my first time trying to setup a printer for over-the-Internet printing (aka IPP).what I could do to try get this to work?

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Jul 6, 2012

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Oct 27, 2011

I have an HP C7250 printer connected to our local network. Both my computer and the printer say it is online. The print que says it is off line. I can't print anything.

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Mar 1, 2011

I am currently having a problem connecting a hardlined (ethernet connected) PC to a wireless printer. I want to know first of all if this is even possible. If so, how can I make this work? I know just enough about networking to be dangerous, but not enough to see what I am doing wrong. My network structure is as follows:
a 2Wire wireless modem/router provided by my ISP. a win xp laptop connected wirelessly a vista laptop connected wirelessly a win xp pc connected via the 2Wire ethernet port a Lexmark 4530 printer with wireless adapter connected wirelessly wireless config is WPA-personal (TKIP)

The laptops are able to print to the printer, but that is only because I used the CD for the printer to setup the wireless printing. When I look at the network neighborhood on both laptops, the printer does not appear. This leads me to believe that the printer is not connected to the network, the laptops have just created a printer connection (the port designation leads me to believe this as it just shows Lexmark 3500_4500 and not an actual address). The hardlined PC can connect to the internet, but is not visible to either of the PC's. When I try to type in the IP address listed on the printers config page, it doesn't see it. I can ping it, but can't connect. I think my problem is in the connection of the wireless printer. I can see it in the connection screen of the 2Wire status page, but I have a funny feeling it isn't configured properly. There appears to be no way to configure the printer outside of using their "wireless connection utility wizard" on the CD.

There is one other twist to this, I have a Dlink DGL4300 wireless gaming router that I use for my XBOX and to give me additional hardline ports for other things. I don't have it connected right now (my box is out of commission waiting on parts), but I did have it connected behind the 2Wire before without any problems. I would like for it to remain this way once I have the printing problem resolved. I am using DHCP right now with auto assigned IPs, but I can reconfigure the network to whatever will allow me to get this to work properly.

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Feb 24, 2013

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Problem is the printers only stay visible on for about 15 min or so -- then disappear. Only way to get them visible again is to do a powercycle on the printer (not the WAP121).  Then it stays visible for for another 15 minutes or so -- then disappears.  If a Workstation sends a continues (-t) ping to the printer IP -- the printer will stay online and get print jobs.... but if activity is idle for 10-15 minutes... it disappears (power-save is off on the printer).
Firmware on WAP121 is current. 
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Apr 8, 2011

I was just wondering how to connect 3 laptops to 1 printer in my office?We don’t have a server and all laptop contacted to internet wireless through a router next door. (I don’t have access to that router)I was thinking to get a hub and then connect it to the Ethernet cable back of the printer and then connect it to each laptop?

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Jan 2, 2012

i am having problem adding the officejet printer that was uninstalled because it was not working. after three days of online support from HP and Lynksys, I am about to buy a new printer. Can't add printer wirelessly or wired.

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Nov 5, 2012

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Sep 17, 2012

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Dec 17, 2012

I am trying to configure access to several remote offices for users who VPN into our main datacenter.  The datacenter has a 5520, and the branches are connected through IPSec L2L VPNs.  Branches all have 5505 or 5510's.  Remote users use IPSec via the Cisco remote Client.  Remote access into our data center works, and the L2L VPNs are perfect...just now that i need remote users to access the branches after Remote access VPNing (for support) i cant get that part to work.

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Sep 27, 2011

We have an aironet 1130ag in a remote office connected to the data centre over MPLS. The Radius server is based on server 2003.We have hundreds of these points set up exactly the same but this is the only one giving me issues, I even stripped the config and rebuilt it and then swapped with a new access point
The issue is that clients can't authenticate when connecting to the access point but provides nothing in event viewer. Checking the RADIUs server provides nothing either.The access point error logs just state station: authentication failed
On looking deeper into the problem I enabled RADIUS debugging on the access point and got some interesting results, in particular is the line:
no sg in radius-timers: ctx 0x12EF0A4 sg 0x0000.I can't find out what no SG in Radius-timers actually means, but after that line appears I just see more retransmits and no sg fails.
I inspected the packets on the RADIUs server and found lots access requests coming from my access point and lots of access-challenges returning back from my RADIUS server - I'm not sure how often that's supposed to happen or if it's a one time occurance. I did however see directly after the first access-request that the RADIUS server returns with UDP and is fragmented, length is 1514...... could this be the problem? If so why cannot it hanlde fragmented packets?

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Aug 1, 2012

A weird issue that came up a couple weeks ago, about 15 users that print to network printer via IP. The printer is attached to a print controller with all print jobs are spooled to.
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Different switches, print drivers..etc have been tried and narrow it down to one thing. When working with the NAS server plugged into the switch, that's when it takes long but when unplug from the NAS, prints come out fast like normal.
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Mar 21, 2011

I have 2 desktops (running windows 7), a Canon MF8300 printer, and an outgoing ethernet line, all on a Netgear Advanced Cable Modem Gateway CGD24-CPR. I'm only concerned with having the 2 desktops set up with the Canon printer.Both computers have been connected to the printer before and I have the startup disk. But once the new offices were set up and both of the desktops were moved, I can no longer access or find the printer.

I can IPconfig the Desktops for their IPV4 addresses and both desktops recognize eachother on a Homegroup, but I can't find the printer. I printed off the print configuration page from the printer which gave me an IP address (printer is set for auto-obtain), but using an IP search won't bring up the printer.All of the devices are plugged into ethernet ports set up for the three different office they are in and the actual location of the Netgear cable modem/router is over 100 feet away. My primary concern is getting the printer for the desktops, but I also need to add a wireless router into one of those office in the future.

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