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appliance limitation

Hi all

what is the maximum number of printers supported by an appliance? is it possible to be clustered?

Is it the same with oes11 sp1 iPrint?


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Re: appliance limitation

cdeuner interway wrote:

> what is the maximum number of printers supported by an appliance?


It depends... if you use iPrint Direct, then the sky's the limit. If
you're not, the next question is are you doing mobile and desktop
printing or just one of those. It's tough to answer specifically since
there are a lot of variables.

> is
> it possible to be clustered?


At this time we relay on the underlying VMware infrastructure to
provide HA capabilities.

> Is it the same with oes11 sp1 iPrint?


Keep in mind that with OES 11 iPrint we don't support mobile printing.
Since it's desktop only it's a bit easier to predict. We've got
customers who support thousands of printers with iPrint.

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