A follow up to:
where I asked if it made more sense for USB or ethernet to connect printers to the server in a SBS domain. For those not reading that link, clear choice is network connection.
Now... as for the IP of this network printer. do you set up a reservation / static IP for a printer or just lef dhcp do it's thing? It seems like it should be static / reservation because with just basic dhcp, it'll renew its lease and always get the same IP.... usually. Something is bound to happen - the printer is off line for a while and some other device gets its IP / it gets a different IP, right?
Make a reservation and not have to worry?