299 Views 2 Replies Latest reply: Jun 2, 2007 3:39 PM by Don Louv
Please write down the IP address of all net components now while it's working. Then, when it doesn't work, recheck the IP addresses. Do you turn off any of the computers, then turn them back on later - maybe in a different order?
On my router, I have an access list so that the DHCP server gives each computer its same IP address each time I restart it.
Thanks, but I don't think changing DHCP addresses are the problem.
All IP addresses stay the same. (All = The mac (from which I print) and the Airport Extreme. Both are fixed IPs. The printer doesn't have an IP.
Nothing gets turned off. They are always on (mac, switch, airport & printer) Even sleeping the Mac, and then waking it, doesn't cause the problem right now, but I suspect in a day or two the printer will be "lost".