i have also seen that issue before, and indeed disabling the snmp does the trick
how comes it needs to be disabled now? this it not usual :)
is there a miscommunication from driver to machine?
Make sure the LPR byte counting is disabled if using LPR.
Disable SNMP Status.
Same applies to any network printer of any brand, it is more likely to be the SNMP, but LPR byte counting does nothing beneficial anyway.
Driver installed printer offline.
The printer working properly, but after yesterday, appears offline, the printer is connected and working.
So many teams figure, after several test, I reinstalled the driver, and appears as connected, but after a few seconds, reappears as "offline"
Total error in Windows, Windows 7
What is the solution? Sorry for writing in English, I'm Spanish