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HP LJ1320N

I'm having a strange issue with some HP 1320Ns. The users will print to
them with out issue most of the time. Periodically though print jobs will
stack up and then print after about 10 - 15 Minutes. During this time the
users will often cycle power, check paper trays and other things trying to
figure out why it won't print. They call the helpdesk and by the time I
check all is well and it is printing again. The users have taken to just
waiting the 10 - 15 minutes for the print jobs to come out. This happens
with more than one 1320n multiple workstations and users at random times.
It does not happen with other models of printers. The print server is NW6.0
sp5 all the printers are set up to use ipp port 9100.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.


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Re: HP LJ1320N

On Thu, 04 Jan 2007 19:26:49 +0000, Gary Clarkson wrote:

> I'm having a strange issue with some HP 1320Ns. The users will print to
> them with out issue most of the time. Periodically though print jobs will
> stack up and then print after about 10 - 15 Minutes. During this time the
> users will often cycle power, check paper trays and other things trying to
> figure out why it won't print. They call the helpdesk and by the time I
> check all is well and it is printing again. The users have taken to just
> waiting the 10 - 15 minutes for the print jobs to come out. This happens
> with more than one 1320n multiple workstations and users at random times.
> It does not happen with other models of printers. The print server is
> NW6.0 sp5 all the printers are set up to use ipp port 9100.


I'm not sure if this parameter works with NetWare 6.0, but try adding
NOSNMP to the end of the gateway load string with your 1320n's. I had the
same issue with both the 1300 & 1320, and after changing that the problems
went away. Here, though, I'm using NetWare 6.5.

Joe
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Re: HP LJ1320N

On Thu, 04 Jan 2007 20:02:26 +0000, Joseph Marton wrote:

> I'm not sure if this parameter works with NetWare 6.0


I just checked and it appears the NOSNMP parameter was only added to
NetWare 6.5 SP4 and later. 😞

Joe
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Re: HP LJ1320N

I am not familiar with this particular printer but I have found with
several other models that this problem can be aleviated by increasing
the time set in the printer that controls when the printer goes into
power saving mode.

Gary Clarkson wrote:
> I'm having a strange issue with some HP 1320Ns. The users will print to
> them with out issue most of the time. Periodically though print jobs will
> stack up and then print after about 10 - 15 Minutes. During this time the
> users will often cycle power, check paper trays and other things trying to
> figure out why it won't print. They call the helpdesk and by the time I
> check all is well and it is printing again. The users have taken to just
> waiting the 10 - 15 minutes for the print jobs to come out. This happens
> with more than one 1320n multiple workstations and users at random times.
> It does not happen with other models of printers. The print server is NW6.0
> sp5 all the printers are set up to use ipp port 9100.
>
> Any help would be greatly appreciated.
>
>

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HP LJ1320N

We use one of this printer in NetWare6/SP4 environment with PA command line
NDPSGW LPR HOSTNAME=xxpr-10 PRINTERNAME=AUTO
without any problem (no problem reported by users).

Firmware datecode of printer is 20041024.
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