CUPS and DHCP for remote printer
Date: Fri, 04 Mar 2005 19:08:00 GMT
I have standard home network... three machines on a Linksys router which
does the DHCP assignments.
Two of the machines has a local printer.
I want each machine to be able to print to the other machine's printers.
I can get it to work in CUPS when I tell it the IP of each machine in the
CUPS "add printer". The problem is that often one of the machines with a
printer is turned off and when it is turned back on it has a different IP
and obviously I can't print to its printer.
How do you handle that, short of deleting the printer and reinstalling it?
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