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Remote Print Queue Name

The Remote Print Queue Name determines which printer port will service the print job. The Remote Print Queue Name may also be used to specify ASCII print jobs. Both Remote LPD and FTP have provisions for specifying a Remote Print Queue Name.

The OkiLAN 6200e looks at the last character of the Remote Print Queue Name to determine which printer port will service the print job. All Remote Print Queue Names should end with the number 1, 2, 3 or 4. If a number is not specified, the OkiLAN 6200e will use printer port 1.

The OkiLAN 6200e is designed to handle many different types of printers and print data. Typically you will select the printer type for your printer in telnet under the Configure Port option. However, if you are connecting to an ASCII printer, you may wish to use the OkiLAN 6200e to format the print data for your printer.

The OkiLAN 6200e will parse the remote queue name and search for certain characters at the end which tell how to convert an ASCII print job. The print server uses FF, LF and NF as ASCII conversion specifiers and uses the last number as an output port. The FF, LF and NF specifiers must be the last letters in the queue name.

Example: LaserWriterFF, SalesColorLaserNF, ChemDeptLF2

FF

Use the FF suffix at the end of the Remote Print Queue Name, before the port number.

Example: queueFF2

If the last character in the print job is not a form feed, the OkiLAN 6200e appends a form feed. This form feed prompts the printer to print any partial page at the end of the job.

LF

Use the LF suffix at the end of the Remote Print Queue Name, before the port number.

Example: queueLF2

In addition to the form feed described above, the OkiLAN 6200e inserts a carriage-return character into the print job immediately before each line-feed character. This feature is useful for printing UNIX text files.

NF

Use the NF suffix at the end of the Remote Print Queue Name, before the port number.

Example: queueNF2

The OkiLAN 6200e inserts a carriage-return character into the print job immediately before each line-feed character. This feature is useful for printing UNIX text files.

This option differs from LF in that form feed is not added to the end of jobs.

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