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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: Gary Feinstein <gfeinste@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 23 Feb 1998 12:27:48 -0500
  • Organization: Planet Hollywood International Inc.

fixed

fcubbage@juno.com wrote:
> 
> >Frank E Cubbage wrote:
> >
> >> Not familiar with NEtPort, but my guess is that you can't do it
> >unless
> >> the serial is 3001, which it probably is not.
> >> I had the same problem with the JetDirect Plus 3 which has three
> >parallel  ports.
> >>
> >
> >I was just looking at the 3 port model myself.  I have a cient which has
> 7
> >companies and the A/P clerk would like to have a bank of printers to
> >avoid paper
> >changes.  They wouldn't buy my recommendation of a color laser printer
> >to doforms on demand.
> >
> >All devices are currently connected via twinax and we ordered the
> >Ethernet
> >adapter for their 400 (V3R2).  My intent was to use the 3 port JetDirect
> to
> >create a bank of printers.  From your post I gather it would be a
> >waste of time to go down this path.
It would be nice if all three ports were IP Addressable on the JD Plus
3.  Are there any models of the HP JetDirect that support this?
Gary Feinstein
AS/400 System Administrator
Planet Hollywood International Inc.
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