The concept should work fine, provided the output is fairly "standard",
i.e. no graphics or special formatting.  If the NT network can print
documents, using the LPR/LPD technique, so can the AS/400!  So, if the
wireless Ethernet/IP network can support the distance, the AS/400 can
take advantage of it.

To get the right printer, consider how many pages/month you are looking
at.  Many of the low-cost printer (Laser and Inkjet) can handle up to
5,000 pages/month without too much effort.  Another question:  Are you
looking for a network model or one driven by a PC?

Best Regards

Fritz Hayes
Atwater Associates

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|
|Is there any reason I can't configure a printer this way?  Any
|suggestions on a low end laser printer will work well with
|V4R3? Any experience with wireless printing over this type of distance?
|
|Sergeant John P. Walsh
|Haverford Township Police
|Havertown, PA 19083
|610.853.1298 x 212
|



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