• Samsung Network Printer add via CUPS?


    Hi,

    I have a Samsung Network printer (M2070W) which is connected via W-LAN (WPS) with my Router.
    Now I try to add it to my A.OB. - never dealt with CUPS before and didn’t found another way to add it.
    The CUPS-site in Arch-WIKI will not help me.

    Anyone can tell me how to add it? Maybe without CUPS?

  • Hi,

    I have a Samsung Network printer (M2070W) which is connected via W-LAN (WPS) with my Router.
    Now I try to add it to my A.OB. - never dealt with CUPS before and didn’t found another way to add it.
    The CUPS-site in Arch-WIKI will not help me.

    Anyone can tell me how to add it? Maybe without CUPS?

  • Hi,

    In my oppinion you should use cups. Have you tried to setup your printer with it? Go to [http://localhost:631][0]">[http://localhost:631][1] in your browser.

    Why do you say that the Arch Wiki can’t help you?

    Post here if you have any problems

    Cheers!

    [0]: <a href=
    [1]: http://localhost:631

  • I just can’t access the printer IP via print-manager. There is no pong to my ping.
    Ping from terminal is all good.

    the printer should stay at the router with WPS connectrion because it should not stand near the PC.

  • Hi,

    I just can’t access the printer IP via print-manager.

    Sorry, I don’t understand exactly what your problem is. When you say “print-manager” are you referring to CUPS?

    Have you tried to setup your printer in your browser using CUPS going to the address I told you? (like a normal printer).

    Also, have you setup your printer to use the correct network settings?

    There is no pong to my ping.

    Never heard this. It’s really fun!

  • @“karasu”:ovh17g4z said:

    Never heard this. It’s really fun![/quote:ovh17g4z]

    No? Its very common for me and friends for “timeout”.

  • Well, lets give it the next try:

    My Samsung M2070W is connected via WPS with my D-Link Router.
    With Mac and Windows its no problem to connect and print.

    The Router IP is 169.254.71.218. But its not accessable with Print-Service with ipp://‘ip’ nor ping from my Antergos.

    Do I have to add the IP into CUPS even if its not directly connected with my PC?

  • Yes, CUPS handles all printer drivers for your system. If you need to print you must install it.

    Cheers!

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