TCP port address translation after airprintactivator download

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Working on TCP port address translation after airprintactivator download. Is there already a code that could take care of TCP port address translation for my Mac Airprint so local printers work well? I'm still looking for solutions right now from people I know. Most of them use windows though so this is going to be bit tough. Please help with the information I'm searching for.

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Answered By 50 points N/A #137059

TCP port address translation after airprintactivator download

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Hi Wagner,

I appreciate your concern AirPrint  Activator seems to be next generation software which could be compared with OS X 10.7 Lion. That is actually capable of work with the update of Mac.This is a good news for the users. The version you are using is only usable for airport not for local use. I have searched for your solution but the only solution i got pleased with is this does not work locally attached printers.

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Answered By 50 points N/A #137060

TCP port address translation after airprintactivator download

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Hello Wagner,

Now airprint activator is the old name of this application, and the latest name now is Handyprint which has two latest version now the handyPrint v3.1and the handyPrint v 4.2. Just try the latest version of this handyprint because this newer version allows you to make all locally shared printers available via print.

Answered By 60 points N/A #137061

TCP port address translation after airprintactivator download

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Hello,

No code needed for local printer to work. You just need to log using activated AirPrint.  The new release is so secured. Local printer work with activated AirPrint even if shared and seen by Mac but this is not the same with non local network printer wherein a code is needed.

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