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Re: Using SNMP driver with HP Jetdirect 300x



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Hi Charles,

The HP JetDirect family typically listens for SNMP
communication broadcasts on its TCP port 9100. The
Axis uses 9900 according to IBM iSeries web site
documentation.

You would therefore need to make sure SNMP support was
enabled in the HP JetDirect 300x via its web interface
and then set the port number to 9100 in the printer
device description on the IBM host.

I've used internal HP JetDirect interfaces with the
OS/400 SNMP driver and choosing port 9100 worked fine
with those type of internal print server cards.

HTH

Best Regards,

/Paul
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Paul Tykodi
E-mail: ptykodi@xxxxxxxxx

>date: Wed, 13 Oct 2004 08:38:18 -0400
>from: CWilt@xxxxxxxxxxxx
>subject: Using SNMP driver with HP Jetdirect 300x
>
>I had an IBM 6408 printer I was testing the SNMP
>printer driver on.
>
>It was working fine with an AXIS 5600+ print server. 
>However, I ended up needing the AXIS in another
>location ( I needed to use the serial port 
>on it).  So, I hooked up a HP Jetdirect 300x printer
>server.
>
>From all the documentation, both IBM and HPs, it
seems >the 300x does support SNMP.  However, I
couldn't get >it to work.
>
>I switched over to IPP, finally got that to work
after >much time wasted before I found documented the
correct >path to use: http://ip.0.0.0/ipp/port1
>
>Does anyone have any experience with the 300x and
>SNMP?  Given the hoops I had to jump through to find
>the IPP path, I'm think it is possible I was missing
>something in the SNMP setup.
>
>Thanks,
>Charles



        
                
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