Hi Buck,

I don't think the Xerox 265 is capable of the so called "IP-Port-Printing"
you are referring to. I don't even think that this beast is able to understand
HP PJL at all, so Host-Print Transform with *HPPJLDRV would lead in
that PND state forever.
A customer of mine has such a printer installed, when the Xerox-technician
came to install the network feature, he told me about īsome Unix OS running
inside the box and that had has to create an LPR-Queue on one of their
network-server to make it available to the PC-world.
No IP-port needed for this, the PC side works fine, but we are not using
this as an AS/400 printer at that site, sorry.
But the tip with "raw" as outqueue name should be worth trying, or try
something like "lp" or "PASSTHRU" values that Xerox documentation

HTH, regards from germany, Philipp Rusch

Buck Calabro schrieb:

> >We would like to use a Xerox Document Centre
> >265ST device to print invoices and so far
> >we're getting as far as a Pending (PND)
> >status or SND status.
> The FAQ has an entry for an HP printer - note the PORT parameter:
> http://faq.midrange.com/index.pl?_highlightWords=printer&file=39
> Also see:
> http://as400service.rochester.ibm.com/supporthome.nsf/Document/10000051
> document 8234913 and 21800848
> "IBM AS/400 Printing V," available at
> http://publib-b.boulder.ibm.com/Redbooks.nsf/portals/
>   --buck
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