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Anyone have any idea on setting up an axis printer server connected to an Hp Laserjet printer. Which command do i use to set the ip addres...queue name etc...is it printer setup manager or printer manager. I also have to setup bootp can i do this through both options?...

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    Default Sco openserver print server setup

    Anyone have any idea on setting up an axis printer server connected to an Hp
    Laserjet printer. Which command do i use to set the ip addres...queue name
    etc...is it printer setup manager or printer manager. I also have to setup
    bootp can i do this through both options?


    Manoj Patel Guest

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    Default Re: Sco openserver print server setup

    In article <ClCTa.221$pY2.76newsfep1-gui.server.ntli.net>, Manoj
    Patel <m.patel75ntlworld.com> wrote:
    >Anyone have any idea on setting up an axis printer server
    >connected to an Hp Laserjet printer. Which command do i use to
    >set the ip addres...queue name etc...is it printer setup manager
    >or printer manager. I also have to setup bootp can i do this
    >through both options?
    Use the MS CD that came with the Axis and set up what you need in
    the print server, and then setup netcat on the SCO system.

    I've done bootp for other things in the past - and the CD really is
    much much easier. This of course presumes at least on MS based
    system on the network.

    [url]www.cruzio.com/~jeffl/sco/lp[/url] has all the details, port numbers,
    and scripts that you need to make netcat work.

    And he also has the binaries of netcat there too.

    Bill
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    Bill Vermillion Guest

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    Default Re: Sco openserver print server setup

    On Fri, 25 Jul 2003 04:54:35 GMT, [email]bvwjv.comR[/email]EMOVE (Bill Vermillion)
    wrote:
    >[url]www.cruzio.com/~jeffl/sco/lp[/url] has all the details, port numbers,
    >and scripts that you need to make netcat work.
    >
    >And he also has the binaries of netcat there too.
    My ISP is moving me around to yet another web server.
    [url]http://members.cruzio.com/~jeffl/sco/lp/axis.htm[/url]
    should work for the unspecified Axis print server.

    The binaries on Tony's site are later than mine and have better debug
    output. See:
    [url]http://aplawrence.com/SCOFAQ/scotec7.html#getnetcat[/url]
    [url]http://aplawrence.com/KevinSmith/netcat/[/url]

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