Since Google Cloud Printing has been discontinued, Google has been pushing towards native printing for Chromebook users in Google Workspace.

Native printing make use of IPP(Internet Printing Protocol) for sending the print request to the printers. IPP has been around for several years and is available on most network printers. The challenging part is finding the IPP port or the path as it varies from manufacture to manufacture. The best option is to check the printer manual to find the path.

We have analyzed IPP printing from several manufactures and created below list of IPP path used by different manufactures for their printers.

ManufactureIPP PathReferance
RISOprinter’s IP/ipp/lphttp://www.biroservis.co.rs/Uputstva/RISO%20INFO/Network%20card/Manual.pdf
Konicaprinter’s IP/ipphttp://kmbsmanuals.konicaminolta.us/bizhub958Section508/contents/id01-_102789614.html
Ricohprinter’s IP/printerhttp://support.ricoh.com/bb_v1oi/pub_e/oi_view/0001036/0001036377/view/printer/unv/0035.htm
Sharpprinter’s IP:631/ipphttps://business.sharpusa.com/Portals/0/downloads/Manuals/Monochrome-Advanced-and-Essentials-Software-Setup-Guide.pdf
Canonprinter’s IP/ipphttps://oip.manual.canon/USRMA-0122-zz-CS-enGB/contents/1T0001294051.html
Kyoceraprinter’s IP:631/ipp/lp1Kyrocera Support
HPprinter’s IP:631/ipp/print 

Tip: Use Driverless configuration when adding printer in Google Workspace.

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