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iPrint (NDPSM) and Multiple IP/NIC

ok i found out today the cause of my troubles as i could not install
printers through NDPS/RPM i kept getting "driver unsuitable for
installation" the resolution was NDPSM was binding to the NIC on the other
subnet so TID 10065012 told the whole story, or did it.......

now i need to be able to have NDPS printers on both subnets, so can i have
more than one manager running, and have one to the 10.x.x.x subnet, and one
to the 172.x.x.x subnet. i thought it would be as easy and loading NDPSM
with the manager name and IPADDRESS option for each, but i am just told
NDPSM is not multiple. any ideas as to what i can do to print NDPs on both
subnets from this one server???

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