*Solved* IBM Network Printer 17 Reset/default NIC password
Yesterday Harald from Austria sent me a .pdf file containing the 'IBM
Network Printers 12, 17, 24 and InfoPrint 20, 32, 40 Ethernet and
Token Ring Configuration Guide'
Anyone who needs this can email me and I will forward it to them.
The default login for the web interface supervisor is as follows:
User name = su
Password = system
(Thank you Harald)
...change default printer to network printer
I need help . I am using vb5. I am try to print one report
@ two different location. 1) is default and 2) is on network.
I am trying to set network printer as default for second time.
The program was written in win98 and it is working good. but we are try
to update all the computers for XP.
Thanks for help
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You can grab my printer swtich code here:
Albert D. Kallal (Access MVP)
Edmonton, Alberta Canada
htt...Replacing IBM 6400 Printer With A Network Laser Printer
We are currently using a IBM 6400 printer for most of our reports. We
are thinking about switching are main reports over to print on a laser
The question that I have is what would be the best option.
Drawer 1 - 8X11
Drawer 2 = 11X17
Compatible with AS/400 V5R4
On Aug 6, 10:44=A0am, bneal69 <bnea...@gmail.com> wrote:
> We are currently using a IBM 6400 printer for most of our reports. =A0We
> are thinking about switching are main reports over to print on a laser
> The question that I have is what would be the best opti...Printer trays.....network printers
Still having a problem here...
If I define a Xerox printer with two Ldev nos, with data_intray=1 on one
ldev, and data_intray = 4 on the other, I can send interleaved spool files
to them and it works beautifully. If I remove data_intray = 4, and try to
use setup_file=x.hpenv where x contains <Esc>&l4H (PCL for use lower tray),
nothing works, it doesnt even rotate to landscape (understand that part). If
I embed the esc sequence in the data at start it works, but thats not a
viable solution. In fact if I send the tray value anything from 2 to 5, it
uses bottom tray.
I want t...IBM Network Printer 17 (4317) "extra" part
I am a happy owner of an IBM Network Printer 17 (IBM type 4317) printer.
It works well, and has absolutely no problems with it... Except that I
have an "extra" part that fell out of it one day!
I was not present when the part in question "fell out", so I can only
guess where and how it has appeared.
It is a polystyrene plastic cover, about 10.5 in long and 3 in wide. It
has a latch on one side, and a couple of tabs on the other side. Imprint
in the top right corner says:
POLY STYREN VS400
As I have said, the printer works ...Printer driver for shared/network printer
I have a Canon PIXMA ip4000 printer attached via USB to my PC. My Mac can
see it and add it but it cannot load the right driver. I installed the
printer on the Mac as well then re connected it to the PC hoping that after
the Mac would be able to locate or display the proper Canon driver. Any idea
how to get the correct driver assigned to this shared printer?
Mac- G4/450 w 512MB RAM
10.3.8, Canon driver 2.6.0
PC- Win2K Pro- printer shared
Both machines network flawlessly together
...Re: Printer trays.....network printers
have you looked into requesting a specific paper type instead of specifying
trays? I suggest this because it's actually a much more sensible method of
paper selection, which may well have superceded tray selection (other
sequences have been dropped, too, but I can't recall which ones offhand). I
think that's a PCL6 thing that appeared first on HP5SIMX or so, at which
point tray specs were also supported. When we had a new one of those (8 or
so years ago?) HP Boise denied the existence of PCL beyond 5 "we don't do it
that way any more", but has later acknowle...Only allow a printer server on network printer
How can I set up a network printer to only use a printer server from
WinNT or Win2000 servers if the printer is network enabled (say an HP
printer with a JetDirect card and its own IP)? Is it configurable
through the JetAdmin utility? Do I have to setup a filtering firewall
perhaps to the printer?
...After the default printer has been changed by code in Access 2003, the application still directs a report to the former default printer.
Could someone please help? I am using the 'defaultprt.zip' tool
provided by Ken Getz to change the default printer via VBA code (code
below). My problem is that once the default printer has been changed,
Access 2003 still directs the report to the former default printer.
Access 2003 picks up the new default printer setting only after I have
reopened the application. I have checked the default printer setting in
the OS control panel and the code works well. This problem also occurs
when an Access 2003 application is open and one changes the default
printer manually in the control panel ...Re: Printer trays.....network printers #2
Thanks to all who responded.....
I eventually did some tests trying to write to this printer with the tray
selection PENV file via fcopy, and got errors back re the PENV file. I wish
there had been a utility for writing these files somewhere, would make life
a lot easier. Notes just say driver removes leading and trailing blanks,
sends whatever is left to printer. But it errors if the rec len is not 512W,
file type not PENV, if data is followed by a mix of blanks and
nulls......very unfriendly. I must have missed that lesson at school.
Anyway, in the end I got a PENV file that did no...Re: Printer trays.....network printers #5
Thanks for your reply, but
actually, because we have to load special paper (letterhead or prepunch)
BACKWARD to make normally-sequenced (read un-windows-driver-cheated) page 2
end up on the reverse side of the paper (because the printer itself prints
duplex backward in order to meet throughput specs), configing the tray does
no good at all - it just lets a Windows job screw up by assuming it's
supposed to do its cheat. (confusing, isn't it?!)
The way we really do it is:
1) load the paper backward. from the operator's point of view, clearly
2) from the e3k f...Re: Printer trays.....network printers #3
Hopefully I wont have to work on an 8000, or the 5si. We have a Xerox N17
that does duplex, but not from the 3000, and nobody complains about problems
The irritating thing about the PCL docos is I haven't seen two versions of
tray selection parms the same - the explanations of values 2-6 are all
different. On the Xerox E&l2H through E&l5H all select from lower tray.
Xerox number the proper trays 1 and 2, where HP call the manual feeder Tray
1, the others 2 through n.
Anyway this NPCONFIG setup definitely works for the Xerox, and SEEMS to work
for HP...Re: Printer trays.....network printers #4
To _know_ how to address printerX's trays, you have to have a manual for
printerX, 'read it like a love letter' (thanks Alfredo), and experiment.
You might get lucky with a similar printer (and you can bet that other
vendors bent over backward trying to handle whatever might come down the 'hp
PCL' pipe), but luck goes both ways.
The days of early laserjets were an exciting time, with a new model on the
scene every other month. So what could we expect re consistency? Maybe a
little more than we got, but mostly in the form of available and accurate
documentation -...refill Dell-Printer and how to reset the printer-status
I refilled ink in my Dell 922-All-in-one-printer. the output is perfect, but
the printer-driver is permanently saying the ink is finished. How can I
reset this status and tell the driver the ink-cartridge is full ?
The guy from the refill-center said to me Dell-printers are original
Lexmark-printers and if you change the ink-cartridge in a lexmrk-printer the
driver is asking you, ist the cartridge new/full or not. If you answer with
yes the message not longer is coming up. But this feature I am missing in
the dell-driver-software. Any ideas ?