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Re: TCP/IP queue definitions


  • Subject: Re: TCP/IP queue definitions
  • From: Pete Massiello <pmassiello@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 27 Sep 1997 20:19:54 -0400
  • Organization: pmassiello@os-solutions.com

fixed

Michael Dorr wrote:
> 
> Midrangers,
>   I have a few questions concerning TCP/IP printing and Print queues.  I have 
>set
> up a couple of Lexmark Optra N printers to receive output from our AS/400 via
> TCP/IP to a Novell print queue.  I did this, following directions of an IBM
> AS/400 tech.  The printers work as they should, but I cannot see them 

<< SNIP SNIP>>

> TIA, MD
> 
> -- Michael A Dorr
>    MVS Systems - Bay District Schools
>                         ^ and AS/400 (40s)

Mike,

   You do a WRKWTR and prompt it (hit F4).  There is a param that allows
you to select all printers, not just the "writers".  I am not near my
system right now, but as I remember it, it is pretty intuitive once you
prompt the command.

   On your second question, when you create this remote outQ, you tell
it that the remote system is *INTNETADR, connection type is *IP,
destination type is *OTHER, and then give the MFG make and model so the
host print transform works correctly. 

  HTH
Pete Massiello
OS Solutions International 
Phone: (203)-744-7854  Ext 11.
http://www.os-solutions.com
mailto:pmassiello@os-solutions.com


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