On Thu, 24 Jan 2002 14:28:57 GMT, Richard Eibrand said:
>when you say
>>do you mean typing that into my browser? I tried that and all I got was
>"503 service not available", would that be an indication of some form?
Hmmm, maybe your printer doesn't have a web interface... you could
try throwing an nmap at it, and see what ports are open?
Actually, what am I saying, in any case, it doesn't matter a damn...
'cos you can't change what queues are available from the web
interface... try going through the menu on the printer itself, and
look for the queues stuff (prolly somewhere under tcp/ip or the
>tried that with my own settings, but unfortunately, no joy...
OK, another way that might work is:
And then you should also have a file called
which contains the IP of the printer.
what type of printer is it again? The above setup works out of the box
with a 4050... and a 4550 [instead of doing the raw queue stuff]
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