Once I've use a device like that, and I remember we configured a
Remote OUTQ using LPD/LPR protocol. In your print server I can see you
have AnyNet and LPD (
ftp://iocorp.com/Host_Print/Manuals/LanRPC%20Users%20Guide.pdf )

If you need just line printing, maybe LPD could be your easy choice,
and setup like this

CRTDEVPRT DEVD(PRT10) DEVCLS(*VRT) TYPE(4245) MODEL(T12)
ENDWTR WTR(PRT10) OPTION(*IMMED)
CHGOUTQ OUTQ(PRT10) RMTSYS('PRTSVR01') RMTPRTQ('COM1') CNNTYPE(*IP)
DESTTYPE(*OTHER) TRANSFORM(*NO)





2015-11-03 16:17 GMT-06:00 Bob Kohlndorfer <bkohlndorfer@xxxxxxxxxx>:
I am trying to create a device description for a 4245 model T12 (Twinax)
printer connected to a Power 720 machine with an IO Corp LAN-RPC+ TCP/IP
Print Server.

How do I treat this setup?

I tried creating it with Class *LAN and Type 4245 Model T12, but I get the
error message that Device Type and Model not valid for device class.

Do I need to create the DEVD as a PJL and let the device worry about
converting it to what the 4245 printer needs?



TIA,

Bob

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