• Subject: RE: Solution for converting Older IBM 6262 Line Printers from Twinax to IP Connectivity
  • From: "Shrader, Patrick" <pshrader@xxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 31 Jan 2001 13:14:44 -0500

We have had great success with the Perle 594M-100 controller. This
controller uses Anynet to connect to the AS/400 through the Ethernet cable,
and you attach the printer to this controller.

You may want to investigate upgrading your entire printer to an IP based
connection. Our maintenance costs on older printers and the cost of the
controller are much higher than the price of a replacement -- especially
since by opening up outside of twinax you can find a lot of heavy duty
high-speed printers previously reserved for the PC world.

Patrick


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Bill Harrell [SMTP:bill.harrell@twcable.com]
> Sent: Wednesday, January 31, 2001 12:26 PM
> To:   MIDRANGE-L Mail List (E-mail)
> Subject:      Solution for converting Older IBM 6262 Line Printers from
> Twinax  to IP Connectivity
> 
> Does anyone have any experience with a transceiver that will allow an
> older IBM 6252 Twinax Based Printer to be connected via IP.
>  
> The Printer will be in a remote location that will not have twinax.   It
> would seem the conversion would be made where the local AS400 is housed
> converting it from a local Twinax controller in the Systems room to an IP
> that would be routed via our ATM Network to the remote site.
>  
> Any assistance will be appreciated.
>  
> 
> Bill Harrell
> Division AS400 Systems Analyst
> Time Warner Cable
> 101 Innovation Avenue
> Suite 100
> Morrisville, NC 27560
> bill.harrell@twcable.com 
> 
>  
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