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Re: TCP/IP Printing to an IP address and Port


  • Subject: Re: TCP/IP Printing to an IP address and Port
  • From: fcubbage@xxxxxxxx
  • Date: Mon, 23 Feb 1998 09:50:05 -0800

fixed

I'm not quite sure I follow this. Maybe you can clarify.

On Sun, 22 Feb 98 20:28:35  "Matthias Oertli" <oertlim@s054.aone.net.au>
writes:
>I use the NetPort Express Pro with the 400 extensively and for me it's
set and 
>It can be set up via telnet or even with the web browser!
>
Using TELNET, are you referring to telling the device which IP its been
assigned,
of course, but is there more?  Is it somehow told about the three queues?
And/Or are LPT1_PASSTHRU, ,,, COM1_PASSTHRU built-in key words that 
the device understands as ports.
I don't remember this feature in the Jet Direct.

>Rather than specify the portnumber you can specify a queue name:
>LPT1_PASSTHRU
>LPT1_PASSTHRU  ........ I assume you mean LPT2 ,,,,,,,,,
>COM1_PASSTHRU
>
>Prompt CRTOUTQ, specify your NetPort's internet address like this: 
>RMTSYS(*INTNETADR) INTNETADR(999.999.999.999),
>then specify the remote queue to use: RMTPRTQ('COM1_PASSTHRU')
>That's it.
>
I knew you had to setup the queue relationship, its also done for
JetDirect and I guess I knew you could create multiple queues for
the same IP address.  Its the COM1_PASTHRU that confuses me,
unless, as above, its a parameter or keyword that the NetPort
recoginizes.
If these questions seem stupid, its partially due to never seeing the
NetPort documentation.


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