Configuring for TCP/IP Network Printing
Most computers that support TCP/IP network printing use the Remote Line Printer Daemon (LPD) protocol. This protocol was originally part of the Berkeley Software Distribution (BSD) version of the UNIX operating system. Remote LPD was quickly adopted as a de facto standard. As a result, Remote LPD is now supported by most versions of the UNIX operating system and by many TCP/IP packages available for other operating systems. Configuration of Remote LPD printing varies among vendors who supply TCP/IP.
You may also use the File Transfer Protocol (FTP) for printing. Typically FTP is used to transfer files between computers on a TCP/IP network. The OkiLAN 6200e simply prints the files it receives from FTP.