Have you tried a telnet to the printer port 9100 from your PC? From a
command prompt (DOS prompt) type:
telnet 10.1.10.199 9100
What happens? If the printer is accepting connections, it'll connect,
but you'll get a blank screen. If not, you should get an error message
telling you it can't connect. That would give you a clue that port 9100
(the JetDirect/PJL/Raw printer port) is not available. If that's the
case, you'll want to turn on jetDirect port 9100 in the printer config
(if possible) or use a different printing protocol.
If it does connect, then something is wrong in your IBM i devd. Or
perhaps in the network itself.
Bit by bit, try testing each portion until you determine where the
On 6/30/2011 9:48 AM, Jerry C. Adams wrote:
Sorry. Forgot to mention in my previous reply that the protocol that the
Windows definition is using is "Raw". Not sure what that means, but there