print support

Joe Peresich <nwjgp@mail.nwrdc.fsu.edu> Fri, 16 July 1993 11:27 UTC

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From: Joe Peresich <nwjgp@mail.nwrdc.fsu.edu>
Subject: print support
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          Thanks to you hardworking folks for deciding to improve
          tn3270 and put together this draft - proposals put into
          tn3270e would be a great help.

          I'm missing a piece of the picture: how is print routed?
          How does the tn3270e server know where to send output
          destined for a printer, or is this done with some other
          piece of software, like lpr?  (ie - does the tn3270e server
          assume the IP-address of the client is where the printer is
          located?)

          Pardon me if this is a dumb question - I'm still tryin' to
          learn this tcpip stuff!

          Thanks,
          Joe Peresich
          Northwest Regional Data Center/FSU