Anyone successfully using a HP 8000 DN (with JetDirect module and IP) with samba?
B.Weeber at haushahn-as.de
Tue Jun 29 14:17:10 GMT 1999
it should work this way:
Create an entry in /etc/printcap as remote printer with the IP-address of the printer(-server). The remote queue is RAW for the JetDirect Card or RAW1-RAW3 for the printer server. These Names are sometimes mentioned in the manuals.
Then install the Windows printer driver for a remote printer on your workstation.
If anything goes wrong use a program to connect to port 9100-9102 on the printer server (PORT1-PORT3).
Hope it helps....
C. Haushahn Automationssysteme GmbH & Co. KG
P/O Box 300668
Email: B.Weeber at haushahn-as.de
From: samba at samba.org [mailto:samba at samba.org]On Behalf Of John Jamerson
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Subject: Anyone successfully using a HP 8000 DN (with JetDirect module
and IP) with samba?
Anyone successfully using a HP 8000 DN or HP 5 Lsi (with JetDirect module
and assigned IP) with samba?
Subject says it all. If you're successfully doing this, what configs made
it work? FAQs
tell how to set up with a print server, but what if the printer itself is
the server? Trust me,
the HP doesn't know jack about port 139.
Using samba 2.0.4 on Solaris 7 and NT 4.0 SP5 with hotfixes.
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