• Subject: RE: TCP/IP Printing
  • From: Roger Boucher <RBoucher@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 3 Nov 1999 10:00:11 -0800

XAUTOQ has to do with processing large spooled files.  If they time out the
system will start over again at the beginning... and then of course they
time out again... and you'll never make it.  XAUTOQ tells them to pick up
where they left off instead of starting over again.  XAIX is to enable
support of multiple copies.


-----Original Message-----
From: Brian Stapleton [mailto:Brian.Stapleton@diverseylever.com]
Sent: Wednesday, November 03, 1999 8:42 AM
To: midrange-l@midrange.com
Subject: TCP/IP Printing


Greetings All;

I have an IBM 4320 Info print 20 that the LAN guys have installed a TCP/IP
card
in, and I have setup this up with an output queue using the TCP/IP Address. 
Currently the printer can switch from TwinAx and IP automatically and our
goal
is to get rid of the Twinax side.

My problem is that, when using the TCP/IP side, some reports are not
formatted
correctly.  The fonts are way too small, but others print just fine?  

Any Ideas?

The printer is setup on the 400 side as an *HP4 with the destination options
of
(xautoq xaix).  I have no idea what these destination options are, what they
do, or how to find out.



Brian Stapleton
Information Services
AmeriClean Systems
A Div of DiverseyLever
Brian.Stapleton@diverseylever.com
(248) 304-3553



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