In case of a network printer it may not be so. When I see in my Printer Properties I see it as : Printer01 on Server01 and I can access the printer as
\\Server01\Printer01 and the Server also has other Printers.
So, I guess you need to explicitly know the Server to which the Printer is attached.
VikramSaturday, July 16, 2005 1:12 PM
Hi, thanks for your reply, but the question is get the Printer's IP address, not the ip address of the host which printer installed on.
I install a network printer, which port is "ne4" and the port is TCP/IP standard Port, whose ip address is 192.168.0.2, My question is how to get the Ipaddress(192.168.0.2) of the Port?
Thanks all. :)Wednesday, July 20, 2005 7:44 AM