• Subject: RE: network printer setup
  • From: "Sims, Ken" <KSIMS@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 15 Jan 2001 12:49:07 -0500

Hi Jim -

>  My experience with a *LAN IP printer device 
>configuration is that sometimes you get port 
>contention when a large LAN document is sent to print
>at the same time AS/400 spool files are printing.  
>The result is the AS/400 writer job ends.  Perhaps 
>this was fixed in V4R4. V4R3 and below we had
>nothing but problems with that environment. We found 
>that using our existing NT Print spooler environment 
>as the "traffic cop" worked best.  

That's why in the create command that I had in the message referenced in the
archive, I have ACTTMR(600).  That tells the AS/400 to wait for up to 600
seconds (10 minutes) for the device to become available.  The default is 170

I would rather run the output through our NT print spooler but I could not
find a way to do that with a remote printer, only with a remote outq, which
means a lot of the print parameters get lost.  I went for the lesser of the
two evils.

Southern Wine and Spirits of Nevada, Inc.
Opinions expressed are my own and do not necessarily represent the views of
my employer or anyone in their right mind.

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