I have a Samsung CLP-550N laser printer installed on my network, which is a mixed ethernet and 802.11g network. It's attached to an ethernet port, as it has its own print server and an ethernet port It shows up on all computers as a `Bonjour` printer - but when I print to it (as a generic PostScript printer, with Bonjour) it stops all the jobs. If I, however, guess its IP and install it as a LP or JetDirect printer, it prints fine (as a Generic PostScript printer). That's not really usable as (due to my routers DHCP, which is needed), it changes IP adress every two days or so. Is there a way to make Bonjour printing work for this printer?