We have two HP Laserjet P1606dn printers on our 192.168.16.0/20 subnet. They have Bonjour enabled. We have users with Ipads/iphones on that same subnet. When we first enable the Bonjour printers, the users can see and print to the printers. But after a while, the printers disappear from the available printers list. The only way to make them come back is to disable/enable the Bonjour service on the printers. Its like a timeout happens and they disappear.
Switches are HP Procurves.
Gateway is a Sonicwall Firewall. Multicast is enabled/allowed on the interface.
Wireless network is Aerohive with Bonjour Gateway enabled (although this doesn't come into play since the printers and users are on the same network).
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