on 11/13/97at 11:01 PM, the Great and Grand  Wazir peteh@earth.inwave.com
(Pete Hall) said:


No, unfortunately. At least with CA, and a telnet connection, you can't
define a printer session. Rats!!!

Pete

Pete, have you used TN5250 yet?  I ask because I would think that LPR and
LPD might have an answer to the printing problem over tcp/ip.  From what I
am hearing it would seem that a printer definition correctly set on an
AS/400 could send exactly the right stuff to a PC printer on the TN5250
connection?

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