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lpadmin difficulty

We use ProPrint and and are currently having difficulty adding a new printer. Normally we do
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lpadmin -p PAR-EMAIL -s 172.16.18.102!PAR-EMAIL

this now fails to work, no error is displayed, but the command hangs.

Since our last printer adds we have move from Solaris 9 to Solaris 10

Any ideas ?
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