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this at the system console. SAM uses a screen oriented interface that works best at the console.)

3.

Select the following options, in order, from the SAM menu: Peripheral Devices -> Printers and Plotters -> Actions -> Add a Remote Printer (Do NOT select Add a Network Printer) A form appears asking you to define a remote printer.

4.

Enter information into the following fields as described.

a.

Printer name - lj4 This is the name of the printer as referenced by the local HP machine. Print jobs sent to this printer are passed to the OkiLAN 6200e.

b.

Remote system name - OKIPRINTER This is the name of the OkiLAN 6200e on the network. The name must also be in the “/etc/hosts” file.

c.

Remote printer name - yourqueuename This is the name of the queue on the OkiLAN 6200e and must end with 1, 2, 3, or 4, depending on the port selected to service the print jobs.

d.

Remote cancel model - rcmodel Used for remote printer job removal.

e.

Remote status model - rsmodel Used for remote printer queue status.

f.

Make this the system default printer? (y or n) - n

g.

Printer class - (optional)

h.

Restrict cancel - (optional)

i.

Remote printer on a BSD system? (y or n) - y Tells the HP-UX system that it is communicating with a Berkeley style remote printer (such as LPD).

5.

Select Perform Task from the SAM menu.

6.

Enable the printer you just created using SAM. Peripheral Devices -> Printers and Plotters -> Enable a Printer ...

7.

Printer name:lj4

8.

Start the LP request scheduler by typing: /usr/lib/lpsched

9.

Run a test print job to the OkiLAN 6200e with the following command: lp -d lj4 filename

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