Could this be an IPDS feature that allows the HP to emulate an IBM 3812?

smorrison@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
We just purchased a new printer with a "400 emulator dim"

Can you give us any part numbers to better describe this?
Is this installed in the printer? If so, print a configuration report and see if it shows anything under 'emulation' or 'personality' or 'identity' modes.

Steve

Steven Morrison
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All,
We just purchased a new printer with a "400 emulator dim" - I was
told that this printer will connect to the iSeries without the "standard
I/O emulation card" Can someone point me in the right direction for
instructions/documentation on how the heck to hook this thing up. I'm
from old school where it was hard wired some way or another to the
(then) AS/400.
Any kind of direction would be greatly appreciated!

Thank you
*************************************** Len Grieco iSeries/LANSA Programmer
William S. Hein & Co., Inc. 1285 Main Street Buffalo, NY 14209 Phone (716) 882-2600 Ext. 131 Fax (716) 883-8100 l_grieco@xxxxxxxxxx
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