I had to read this more than a few times and from what I read, this will be an experts only setup. Pitfalls abound as I know firewalls will interfere even if "disabled", printer servers don't have to reveal the make/model printer they are serving and so on.
Many printer servers simple recieve some "millions of bytes that I want you to send to the printer" and you never get feedback that a Cayun Ink Splatter is attached.
Sorry, I can't see what or why its not working from what you've written. I suggest that you call the printer server the "printer" and tell Windows to print to it with your selected printer driver.
Or read the manual again...
I have two laptops wirelessly connected to a 802.11b Linksys router. I have previously been using a desktop as the print server to the HP PSC2110, but to save some space I bought the Linksys wireless-ready print server. NO LUCK!!! I read a post that I had to use the HP deskjet 990c driver to make my printer work? The network finds the print server, just not the printer??? I tried changing the USB cable, I even got an extra print server (gigafast; due to multiple bids on eBay) and still no luck. My wireless network is secure, but I don't believe that will affect the hard-wired print server?