chorlton2080 wrote:No. It is connected to the USB port of the router (which runs an ARM Linux) and is then available as a shared printer on my Windows boxes - which is my ultimate aim.
The Router software is irrelevent, the Router just provides an ethernet to usb interface for the LPR protocol
When printer connected to Asus Router I presume CUPS does not recognize it as a LPR printer ?
Maybe you need to install foomatic driver in Raspbian so CUPS may offer alternative driver ?