Vernon Hamberg wrote:

>At 04:13 PM 12/4/97 +0100, you wrote:
>>I have a problem with IP-printing from my AS/400 to a HP 4MXSi.
>>The HP refuses to open up a connection. When I scan the HP the only port 
>>that is listening is 9100.
>>The error on the AS/400 is "Remote host system rejected the open 
>>attempt" TCP3427.
>>Is there anyone that has a solution on this problem?
 >What name did you give for the remote printer queue? It probably should 
 be >'raw' (or maybe 'raw1') and has to be in lowercase.
 I don't know whether Vernon and I have the same setup, but I did not have 
 to use a specific name for the remote printer queue.  I understand that 
 port 9100 is frequently used for stream (implication: raw) transmission 
 to a printer, but I don't think that is the way it is normally done via 
 OS/400 TCP/IP.
 Is it possible that you have mis-configured the IP address on the HP, or 
 in the remote printer queue description?  Can you ping the printer from 
 the AS/400?
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