The Question is:
I'm setting up a TCP/IP queue for a konica ditigal copier that has a fiery X2E
controller. The IP port for the controller is 515 and the IP address is
10.13.0.28. I can ping the printer using UCX sucessfully. I have set up
queues to HP Jetdirect contro
llers without a problem. The queue definition below is very close to the same
as the HP queue that works perfectly:
Printer queue THE_SLC1, idle, on CMA2::"10.13.0.28:515", mounted form DEFAULT
/BASE_PRIORITY=4 /DEFAULT=(FORM=DEFAULT) /LIBRARY=NET_PRINTERS Lowercase
/OWNER=[SYSTEM] /PROCESSOR=UCX$TELNETSYM /PROTECTION=(S:M,O:D,G:R,W:S)
Below is what happens when I print a small and large job. In either case
nothing comes out on the printer.
$ print/que=the_slc1 small.txt
Job SMALL (queue THE_SLC1, entry 1067) started on THE_SLC1
Job SMALL (queue THE_SLC1, entry 1067) completed
$ print/que=the_slc1 large.txt
Job LARGE (queue THE_SLC1, entry 1068) started on THE_SLC1
Job LARGE (queue THE_SLC1, entry 1068) terminated with error status
%PSM-E-WRITEERR, error writing !AS
The Answer is :
No clue, and no equivilent device to test with. That said,
the OpenVMS Wizard would encoruage using the TCPIP$TELNETSYM.
Please contact the Compaq Customer Support Center.