When I send a file from my XP workstation to the Canon LBP-3000 printer connected to my Airport Extreme Base Station I get the following XP Incorrect port message: "The port to which the printer is connected is not supported. Check the port." I am trying to use a Canon LBP-3000 printer that is connected to the USB port on my Airport Extreme Base Station from a computer running Windows XP. The AEB is connected to an ethernet port on the same XP computer. I have installed the latest LBP-3000 printer driver from the Canon .au website. The TCP/IP port settings have been set up as follows: Port name: IP_10.0.1.1 IP address: 10.0.1.1 Protocol: Raw Raw settings port no: 9100 Note that the printer works normally when connected as a local printer via a USB port on the XP host. I am running Windows XP Home version 2002 SP3 The printer driver is titled "Canon Advanced Printing Technology for Canon LBP3000 R1.12 Ver.3.02.0.005 (Windows 2000/XP/Server 2003/Vista)" The AEB firmware version is 7.5.1 Note that I am able to print via the AEB/USB to my Epson Stylus printer using the exact same setup as above (except for the printer driver). I have wasted days of effort on this so far. Any suggestions to get my Canon printer working will be most appreciated.