A short time ago I was testing iPrint using dynamic dhcp on my
printer. I was able to setup the dns configuration and get iPrint to
function as advertised. However, my problem is that when the printer
gets turned off then back on and receives a new IP address, the agent
cries out that it can no longer ping the printer. If I bounce ndps on
the server it will reconnect and printing can resume. Since I have 45
printers on this server, bouncing ndps is not an option. It seems
that ndps is caching the ip address it first acquires, but never
attempts to resolve the host name other than the first time. Is there
a setting which will force ndps to refresh it address cache?