• Subject: AFP intermittent loss of overlays sent to NP17 (IBM 4317)
  • From: "Carl Gerlach" <cgerlach@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 14 Oct 1999 03:29:40 -0500
  • Importance: Normal
  • Sensitivity: Company-Confidential

Hi:

I'd like to say thanks to all the help I received this week on questions I
posted to the list this week.

Now onto the good stuff (more problems)

I have a customer that has all it's printers setup as IPDS. Older model
printers are attached to the network via I-Data Bricks(Ethernet). The
problem is that intermittently the printers will loose their overlays and
need to be reset.

One of the programmers at the customers site stated that he heard at Common
that this problem was corrected with a PTF and or Printer update. The PTF
was supposedly not part of a Cum and would have to be ordered separately.

Has anyone else had this problem? (I checked the archives b4 Emailing and
found nothing)

If you had this problem... any solutions?

TIA,

Carl H. Gerlach
Apex Information Systems Group
www.apex-isg.com
414-744-9232
Toll Free: 1-888-400-Yr2k
Fax: 414-744-9242


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