iSeries configuration for a DeskJet 940C

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I'm trying to set up a networked DeskJet 940C using a *RMT (LPR/LPD) OUTQ. Per IBM doc, I'm using *HP500 for the MFRTYPMDL, but I can't seem to get the remote outq right. I've tried 'text', 'raw', 'prt1', 'pr1', and 'lpt1' in both lower and upper case with no success. I would want to set the printer up in two LPARs, one at V4R5 and one at V5R2. Any advice is much appreciated!
ASKED: July 12, 2005  10:30 AM
UPDATED: October 25, 2010  4:21 AM

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That must be attached to a print server of some sort, what make and model is it??

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Use the port name that is assigned to the printer on the PC. On the PC, open the printer properties and click on the ‘Ports’ tab to see what port name is assigned. This is the name that <b>the PC</b> must recognize in order to know what to with the data that’s coming in.

Tom

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  • Sherrym
    I had problem connecting to a Dell all-in-one and an HP all-in-one printer and Carl sent me this article. You may find it helpful. I found that these printers were not supported. -Sherry From: AnynetSNADS To: sherrym Date Sent: 09 Feb 2005 12:41 EST (17:41 GMT) Subject: RE: Printing to Dell printer. I am not sure, I have configured printer/copier etc. combinations as AS400 printers, but only as natively attached LAN printers. Don't know if CA has a problem with it. I wouldn't think USB would matter as long as they are LPT1 etc. defined. Here is a good website on printer support for the As400: http://www-912.ibm.com/s_dir/slkbase.NSF/1ac66549a21402188625680b0002037e/b44a2cf4ba778d83862568250053649f?OpenDocument&Highlight=0,17690939 carl
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