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Network printing problems with a Toshiba eStudio 230 Photocopier

Posted on 2009-04-08
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Hi, I'm trying to print to a Toshiba Photocopier - eStudio230.
It's on a wired Cat5 connection, fixed IP address and subnet, I'm able to PING and TRACERT to it, but am unable to print, can find the print in Add Printers, have downloaded the latest drivers.
I've tried adding a gateway and removing the gateway with no success, the same with SMB.

The network isn't using a server, the PCs are using DHCP issued by a BT Business Home Hub, the network is flat & the switches aren't VLANd.

I am using MacAfee Total Protection.
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by:NPProjects
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Is it a new or old printer?
Try installing it locally on a pc with the updated drivers and see if it works.

If it doesn't there's an issue with the printer itself....

regards
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Ahsonnutli earned 0 total points
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Hi, sorry for the delay, tried that, with no joy.
No longer a problem as we're scrapping the photocopier.
Many thanks for your help.
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