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iprint access

We're looking at setting up vpn access for an employee that will be off
for several weeks after some surgery.

My question is, if for some reason he would need to print something to
his normal iprint printer, which is on a different subnet than the
iprint server, would he need to be able to get to the ip address of the
iprint server or to the printer itself?

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Stevo;2161593 wrote:
We're looking at setting up vpn access for an employee that will be off
for several weeks after some surgery.

My question is, if for some reason he would need to print something to
his normal iprint printer, which is on a different subnet than the
iprint server, would he need to be able to get to the ip address of the
iprint server or to the printer itself?

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Stevo


Should be the server, since the client sees the iprint printers as having the ip address of the server or cluster resource. EG, printer1 on ipp://123.1.1.100, printer2 on ipp://123.1.1.100, etc.
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zenking sounds like they 'said':

> Should be the server, since the client sees the iprint printers as
> having the ip address of the server or cluster resource. EG, printer1
> on ipp://123.1.1.100, printer2 on ipp://123.1.1.100, etc.


So my response to zenking's comment is...

Ok, thanks!

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On 12/16/2011 1:06 PM, zenking wrote:
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> Stevo;2161593 Wrote:
>> We're looking at setting up vpn access for an employee that will be off
>> for several weeks after some surgery.
>>
>> My question is, if for some reason he would need to print something to
>> his normal iprint printer, which is on a different subnet than the
>> iprint server, would he need to be able to get to the ip address of
>> the
>> iprint server or to the printer itself?
>>
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>> Stevo

>
> Should be the server, since the client sees the iprint printers as
> having the ip address of the server or cluster resource. EG, printer1 on
> ipp://123.1.1.100, printer2 on ipp://123.1.1.100, etc.
>
>


Unless your printers are set to be iprint direct.

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Patrick Farrell sounds like they 'said':

> Unless your printers are set to be iprint direct.


So my response to Patrick's comment is...

Ugh! I'm thinking the printers at this location *are* set to be iprint
direct............

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