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Large print jobs not printing

I am having problems with large print jobs (mainly powerpoint
presentations) with graphics the jobs print maybe 1 or two pages and
then nothing or junk. If I use a print queue using the ame driver that
IPrint downloads, they print just fine. Are there any work arounds or
fixes for this. I am using the 1.05 version of the client.
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Re: Large print jobs not printing

Chris Murzda wrote:

> I am having problems with large print jobs (mainly powerpoint
> presentations) with graphics the jobs print maybe 1 or two pages and
> then nothing or junk. If I use a print queue using the ame driver
> that IPrint downloads, they print just fine. Are there any work
> arounds or fixes for this. I am using the 1.05 version of the client.


What OS version and SP is that ?
3.05 is the current iPrint client version.

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Re: Large print jobs not printing

In article <xn0djoh8v6nugp00e@support-forums.novell.com>,
kai.reichert@spamcop.net says...
> Chris Murzda wrote:
>
> > I am having problems with large print jobs (mainly powerpoint
> > presentations) with graphics the jobs print maybe 1 or two pages and
> > then nothing or junk. If I use a print queue using the ame driver
> > that IPrint downloads, they print just fine. Are there any work
> > arounds or fixes for this. I am using the 1.05 version of the client.

>
> What OS version and SP is that ?
> 3.05 is the current iPrint client version.
>
>

I am running NetWare 6.0 SP2, soon to go to sp4. The Iprint client we
are using is 1.05. Is the problem fixed in the newer versions.
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Re: Large print jobs not printing

I have seen this problem caused by the iprint client. I have also seen
this problem caused by the Gateway.

Try upgrading the iprint client on one machine.... does that work? If
yes, there is your solution. If no, then create a PA to use the Novell
Gateway. Then install the Printer to a workstation. Does that work? If
yes, then that is your solution.

You can change existing printers to use a different gateway by:

a. At the server console, go to the NDPS Manager screen
b. Hit ENTER on the Printer Agent in the Printer Agent List
c. Hit ENTER on Information
d. Hit ENTER on Gateway Status
e. Hit the INSERT key
f. Type in the following:

NDPSGW PORT=LPR HOSTADDRESS=[the ip address of your printer]
PRINTERNAME=PASSTHROUGH

for example:

NDPSGW PORT=LPR HOSTADDRESS=232.73.158.151 PRINTERNAME=PASSTHROUGH

g. Hit ESCAPE
h. Select YES to save changes
i. Hit ESCAPE
j. Select Status and Control
k. Shut Down Printer
l. Select Status and Control
m. Start Up Printer


> In article <xn0djoh8v6nugp00e@support-forums.novell.com>,
> kai.reichert@spamcop.net says...
> > Chris Murzda wrote:
> >
> > > I am having problems with large print jobs (mainly powerpoint
> > > presentations) with graphics the jobs print maybe 1 or two pages and
> > > then nothing or junk. If I use a print queue using the ame driver
> > > that IPrint downloads, they print just fine. Are there any work
> > > arounds or fixes for this. I am using the 1.05 version of the

client.
> >
> > What OS version and SP is that ?
> > 3.05 is the current iPrint client version.
> >
> >

> I am running NetWare 6.0 SP2, soon to go to sp4. The Iprint client we
> are using is 1.05. Is the problem fixed in the newer versions.


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Re: Large print jobs not printing

In article <VEXBc.2510$Xl6.1168@prv-forum2.provo.novell.com>,
print@anon.com says...
> I have seen this problem caused by the iprint client. I have also seen
> this problem caused by the Gateway.
>
> Try upgrading the iprint client on one machine.... does that work? If
> yes, there is your solution. If no, then create a PA to use the Novell
> Gateway. Then install the Printer to a workstation. Does that work? If
> yes, then that is your solution.
>
> You can change existing printers to use a different gateway by:
>
> a. At the server console, go to the NDPS Manager screen
> b. Hit ENTER on the Printer Agent in the Printer Agent List
> c. Hit ENTER on Information
> d. Hit ENTER on Gateway Status
> e. Hit the INSERT key
> f. Type in the following:
>
> NDPSGW PORT=LPR HOSTADDRESS=[the ip address of your printer]
> PRINTERNAME=PASSTHROUGH
>
> for example:
>
> NDPSGW PORT=LPR HOSTADDRESS=232.73.158.151 PRINTERNAME=PASSTHROUGH
>
> g. Hit ESCAPE
> h. Select YES to save changes
> i. Hit ESCAPE
> j. Select Status and Control
> k. Shut Down Printer
> l. Select Status and Control
> m. Start Up Printer
>
>
> > In article <xn0djoh8v6nugp00e@support-forums.novell.com>,
> > kai.reichert@spamcop.net says...
> > > Chris Murzda wrote:
> > >
> > > > I am having problems with large print jobs (mainly powerpoint
> > > > presentations) with graphics the jobs print maybe 1 or two pages and
> > > > then nothing or junk. If I use a print queue using the ame driver
> > > > that IPrint downloads, they print just fine. Are there any work
> > > > arounds or fixes for this. I am using the 1.05 version of the

> client.
> > >
> > > What OS version and SP is that ?
> > > 3.05 is the current iPrint client version.
> > >
> > >

> > I am running NetWare 6.0 SP2, soon to go to sp4. The Iprint client we
> > are using is 1.05. Is the problem fixed in the newer versions.

Thanks for the suggestion. I upgraded the client and the problem was
fixed.
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