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Canon iRC Network Printer Problem – Apple Community
Yes, this will be the reason you are having trouble. For any additional information, I have no backup my fault But I used to access the printer when I had Snow Leopard through this server.
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Since your Mac is on the untrusted subnet then it would appear that you need to authenticate so that you have access to the trusted subnet that the printer is on. With the correct iR C selected you can press the OK button and then the Add button to complete the queue creation. With the print queue created you can then see if you can print.
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Click on the title for more information. I followed all your instructions, I also followed the instructions from the IT guys here at Uni, but I can’t figure out what’s missing.
See your browser’s documentation for specific instructions. Using your favourite internet browser such as IceWeasel go to http: Posted on Nov 18, 8: But then you mentioned about the Mac’s printing directly to the copier, so I would question how you ufrr meant to do this if your Mac is added to the untrusted subnet. If you are then do you need to authenticate?
If there are any dependency problems they can be resolved with apt -f install Now a print queue can be set up using your favoured technique. If not select the appropriate model. Actual prices are determined by individual ij and may vary. I also spoke again with the guys from the IT Help, and they said it might be that the server is now broken, as I also explained to them your suggestions. If you have any other idea it will be more than welcome.
If you are using the method 3 you can install them manually as explained in the extra dependencies step. It shows that they are using a Netware server and using the IPP protocol for the print queue, so I would say that you need to be creating your print queue on the Mac using the IPP protocol.
This product urr supported by our Canon Authorized Dealer Network. Here is a link to that driver from the Canon Australian web site. The tarball contains Debian packages that can be used to set up the framework to print to a supported printer, source code and an installation script.
There are certainly other ways in which you can print to the copier, but it all relies on how the has been configured. I’ve spoken with an IT guy, and he told me I am connected to a different subnet than the printer.
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