Darrell Eddy Absent Member.
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Dell 5110cn and iPrint

Dell says that there is no support for ipp for their 5110cm printer. Has
any one found a work around for this?

Darrell Eddy


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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: Dell 5110cn and iPrint

In novell.support.iprint Darrell Eddy <eddy@latech.edu> wrote:
> Dell says that there is no support for ipp for their 5110cm printer. Has
> any one found a work around for this?


Apparently I have. I have it working in one of my managers. The manager is
talking to the printer over plain old LPR.


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Novell, it does a network good

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gerberd Absent Member.
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Re: Dell 5110cn and iPrint

I have one running using a RAW configuration. It prints acceptably.

We have had problems with most of the Dell printers we have acquired
as seed units, Multiple rounds of firmware upgrades, etc. etc. and on
one 3100CN--for which we received a "Protocol enhancement card" in an
effort to get it to process something, anything--we were unable to
ever get it to process jobs, Dell gave up trying to help us on it.
Their support for iPrint overall has been disappointing at best.

Packet traces showed the jobs being properly sent to the printer but
the printer would never acknowlege, so after the first 32k of data was
sent the job stalled and never printed.

We buy a lot of HP and Sharp printer hardware.....

Best,

DeVern


On Tue, 15 Apr 2008 15:43:22 GMT, "Darrell Eddy" <eddy@latech.edu>
wrote:

>Dell says that there is no support for ipp for their 5110cm printer. Has
>any one found a work around for this?
>
>Darrell Eddy
>

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