I have a problem printing to a TCP/IP port which is at a remote location. The locations are setup with a permanent VPN. In the past I have printed to this printer in the same way as I am trying to now. The only difference is that I have a new Windows 2003 server which is the computer from which I wish to print to the printer. In the past the computer which used the remote printer was a SBS 2000 server.
I can ping the printer and it says ready as if its right to go. But it returns an error every time I print.
The IP range on the server network is 192.168.15.xxx (Server 2003 = 192.168.15.11)
The IP range in the remote network is 172.16.20.xxx (Printer = 172.16.20.99)
Is there any reason that this would not work on Windows 2003 when it did on Windows 2000 SBS. Note: When I first set it up on 2000 SBS it went first go, No issues)
I have tried a PCL and Postscript driver for the printer.
Does anyone have any suggestions for me? All advice appreciated.