• Subject: Re: Downloading Print Spool files with CA/95
  • From: Danny McQuestion <dcmcques@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 18 Nov 1997 11:16:22 -0600
  • Organization: Somewhere in Time

Vern Hamberg wrote:

> So, it's not exactly the same as a printer session in old-time PCS. But I
> believe this will be possible in the next release of CA. Maybe CA will
> include an LPD server?
>

    This should be available in v3r1m3 that will be out in 1998.  It will 
support
native IP printing instead of using ANYNET.  Below I copied a message thread
where I asked about native IP printing and TCP/IP device naming.  Out of all the
other features in the v3r1m3 Beta, these two will not be fully supported with 
the
beta.  This is per the Client Access v3r1m3 Beta web site.

Danny Mc?

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Hi Danny,

About your question:
Any specifics on how the device naming and printer naming will work in Mod3 of
Client Access?
The answer is:
It will work the same as it does for SNA currently.

Thanks

Juan L. Soto
IBM Rochester, MN.
cam3beta@us.ibm.com
IBMUSM07(camod3beta)
WMT


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05:59 PM ---------------------------


Client Access Beta
10/28/97 04:14 PM
To: dmcquestion@wmt.com@Internet
cc:
From: Client Access Beta/Rochester/IBM @ IBMUS Subject:  Client Access/400
Questions

Hi Danny,

The Client Access/400 V3R1M3 release will be early 1998.

I'm waiting for some information regarding your specific question on device
naming and printer support.
I hope to have some information to you soon.

Thanks


Juan L. Soto
IBM Rochester, MN.
cam3beta@us.ibm.com
IBMUSM07(camod3beta)
WMT



nobody@sch-sp6.www.ibm.com
10/23/97 06:48 PM
Please respond to nobody@sch-sp6.www.ibm.com @ internet

To: Client Access Beta/Rochester/IBM@IBMUS cc:
Subject: Via WWW-Mail gateway at

Remote host: 207.50.181.162 [207.50.181.162] Mailed to: cam3beta@us.ibm.com
Full name: Danny McQuestion
Really from: dmcquestion@wmt.com
company: Wright Medical Technology
phone: (901) 867-4667
Client: Windows 95
Host: V3R2
Communications: TCP/IP (WinSock 1.1) Connection: Ethernet
Comments: I have seen some of the enhancements in Client Access 95/NT and am
itching for these to come out of beta.  Two of the major ones are device naming
under a native IP stack and printing using an IP stack.

I've got a WAN project that I am working on and am setting for ANYNET to do
printing with our dial-up users.  I prefer not to have the overhead that is
generated to encapsulate SNA in an IP stack especially over a 28.8 connection.

Any specifics on how the device naming and printer naming will work in Mod3 of
Client Access?

About when can we start looking for Mod3 of Client Access to come out of Beta?

I might hold off my WAN rollout depending on the response..

Thanks,
Danny McQuestion
Wright Medical Technology
Operations Supervisor
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