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HP 2035n printer not printing in IPrint. LPR communication error 36

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I have a hp laserjet 2035n printer that was added through Imanager but the weird part is that I can ping the printer from my workstation and the novell server. But you cannot look at the management console but typing the ip address. Also the print manager has an error message "lpr communication error 36." We are running netware 6.5 sp8 Iprint client 5.68.  Our other iprint printers are working fine.  This is a new printer on our network.
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Could it be that the IP address of your new printer hasn't yet been added to the Domain Name Server?
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Did you add the printer as a lpr printer? The preferred method for HP printers is to print to port 9100 RAW; And you should add the printer to DNS as woolmilkporc suggested.
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IP address was an issue.
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