FTP is a command line program used to transfer files between computers. FTP provides commands for opening a connection to another computer, specifying the data type of any transfers, and sending and receiving files. The OkiLAN 6200e supports a subset of the FTP command set. This subset allows the FTP user to open a connection to the OkiLAN 6200e, specify a file transfer data type and send print files to a Remote Print Queue Name on the OkiLAN 6200e.
The OkiLAN 6200e recognizes the following FTP commands:
Print a single file. The PUT command sends the file to the OkiLAN 6200e. The first parameter of the PUT command is the name of the local file to PUT. The second parameter of the PUT command is the name of the file for the remote PC. In order to print the file, this second parameter must be a Remote Print Queue Name. If you do not specify the second parameter, FTP sets the remote file name to the local file name. This may produce undesirable printing results.
Treated the same as PUT.
Print multiple files.
Changes the representation type used for data transfer. Image (or binary) and ASCII are the only types supported.
Equivalent to “TYPE ASCII.”
Equivalent to “TYPE BINARY.”
Equivalent to “TYPE IMAGE.”