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i-SENSYS LBP6000B won't work with print server




Today I've just bought a Canon i-SENSYS LBP6000B printer and installed it directly using USB port to my Windows 8 x64 based computer with Canon Advanced Printing Technology for Canon LBP6000/LBP6018 R1.50 Ver.1.10 I've download from Canon website.

Everything works fine and it's a great fast printer but since we have 4 computers in our house, and I don't regularly leave my computer on, I tried to use a D-Link DPR-1020 Print Server I bought earlier to connect this canon printer to my D-Link DIR-619L Wireless Router so other network users will be able to print even though I'm out and off.


But no matter how many ways I tried, I've still got no luck to make my printer work with the print server. It's also nice to mention that the D-Link Print Server was working fine with an Epson Stylus Photo R270 earlier.


I've also googled everywhere for hours and figured out about two things:


1. There is no Print Server on planet earth that supports Canon i-SENSYS LBP6000B.


2. I've read in multiple places and sources that all Canon Printers with CAPT drivers are unable to work with any of Print Servers in world since Canon Advanced Printing Technology only supports basic home uses and does not support or understand network (LPR) requests sent by Print Servers. Is that true?


Any help or advice is greatly appreciated.




Hi sa3er!
Welcome to The Canon Forums, and thank you for your inquiry! We appreciate your participation, however we need to let you know that your product seems to be a model that is not supported by our team here at Canon USA. The Canon Forum is hosted and moderated within the United States by Canon USA. We are only able to provide support for Canon products manufactured for the US market. If you live outside the United States, please click here and select your country or region for your support needs. Feel free to discuss Canon products sold outside of the United States, but please be aware that you will not receive support directly from Canon USA.


Thanks for your reply.


Unfortunately the only Canon website which has a forum based support was the USA branch and I thought maybe CAPT drivers are some universal Canon technology which do not differ on each continent.


Anyway, I emailed Canon Middle East and I hope they give me a reply either solution.

Thank you again.



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