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USB printer connected to USRobotics AP - Not working on Lion


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Dear All,

I have a Samsung ML-1510 printer (SAMSUNG Semiconductor - Page Not Found) connected to a
USR5461 802.11g Wireless MAXg Router (firmware 3.93.35.0.8) (http://www.usr.com/support/product-t....asp?prod=5461).

I need to print with this printer on my mac with Lion.. so:
I just go to add printer -> IP
Protocol: IPP
Address: http://192.168.x.x:1631/printers/My_Printer
Print using: Generic PostScript printer

When I click on add I get this error: "error trying to add the printer. client-error-not-possible".

I thought was a driver problem, so (since there are not samsung drivers for lion) I downloaded these: guigo.us SpliX

But the same error appears.

I have tried to use only 192.168.x.x:1631/printers/My_Printer as Address, it let me add the printer (also if it does not find it) and it does not work.

Can you please give me some advices on how I can solve this problem?

Printer and router works fine (I can perfectly print from my laptops and pc either with WinXP or 7).

Thank you for your help
dk
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Your printer isn't a postscript printer. (generic postscript driver won't work)
All drivers to date from Samsung have been for local USB connection only.
Install the Samsung-GDI driver set (three parts to install):
macosx/samsung-gdi | The Linux Foundation
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