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Kyocera printer on two (2) IP OVMS 7.2-1 doesn't print.

Until now we've been able to print to a Kyocera printer queue 
initialized with the systartup_vms.com DCL command:

$init/que/start/on=V99::"141...:9102"/proc=tcpip$telnetsym KYOCERA

The print queue remains busy (doesn't print), after:
1)adding a second IP (10.60...) to the Alpha OpenVMS,
2)changing the Kyocera's address, gateway, etc to 10.60...
3)changing the DCL command to:

$init/que/start/on=V99::"10.60...:9102"/proc=tcpip$telnetsym KYOCERA

Rebooted the system after the changes.

The HP4xxx DCPS Queues work fine after the IP change.

Could I change the V99 node name to the Alpha's 10.60 IP address?
$init/que/start/on="10.60...2"::"10.30...
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aus (49)
10/1/2004 11:54:55 AM
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Can you ping the Kyocera printer from V99?

"Hans M. Aus" <aus@vim.uni-wuerzburg.de> wrote in message news:<aus-BA1FFC.13545501102004@news.cis.dfn.de>...
> Until now we've been able to print to a Kyocera printer queue 
> initialized with the systartup_vms.com DCL command:
> 
> $init/que/start/on=V99::"141...:9102"/proc=tcpip$telnetsym KYOCERA
> 
> The print queue remains busy (doesn't print), after:
> 1)adding a second IP (10.60...) to the Alpha OpenVMS,
> 2)changing the Kyocera's address, gateway, etc to 10.60...
> 3)changing the DCL command to:
> 
> $init/que/start/on=V99::"10.60...:9102"/proc=tcpip$telnetsym KYOCERA
> 
> Rebooted the system after the changes.
> 
> The HP4xxx DCPS Queues work fine after the IP change.
> 
> Could I change the V99 node name to the Alpha's 10.60 IP address?
> $init/que/start/on="10.60...2"::"10.30...
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univms (8)
10/2/2004 8:26:56 AM
In article <9cf7e06d.0410020026.74148b13@posting.google.com>,
 univms@bigfoot.com (Hamlyn Mootoo) wrote:

> Can you ping the Kyocera printer from V99?
>

Yes.
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aus (49)
10/2/2004 12:37:44 PM
> > 
> > $init/que/start/on=V99::"10.60...:9102"/proc=tcpip$telnetsym KYOCERA

A port scan of the new IP=10... revealed that the active TCP port is 
9100.

$init/que/start/on=V99::"10.60...:9100"/proc=tcpip$telnetsym KYOCERA 
starts the queue correctly.
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aus (49)
10/5/2004 6:28:06 AM
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