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System overview guide
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Network printing environment
Client
workstation
Operating
hardware
system
Sun
Solaris
Microsystems
SunOS
IBM PC and
MS-DOS
compatible
IBM PC and
Windows 3.1
compatible
IBM PC and
Windows 95/
compatible
98
IBM PC and
Windows NT
compatible
IBM PC and
Windows
compatible
2000
ULTRIX
Digital
Equipment
Corporation
DECstation
4-4
Shown below are the workstations, networking options, and job
submission methods available for each client.
Table 4-1. Clients
Ethernet
connection
Standard
Optional
Ethernet
interface card
(for example,
3Com 3C503)
Optional
Ethernet
interface
Optional
Ethernet
interface
Optional
Ethernet
interface
Optional
Ethernet
interface
Optional
Ethernet
interface
Protocol;
Translation
Job submission
requirements
method
TCP/IP;
Print using the lpr
none
command or Xerox
Client Software.
TCP/IP;
Print to disk file, then
network
send using the lpr
communication
command or Xerox
utility recommended
Client Software.
TCP/IP or Novell
Print directly from
Netware 3.1x;
application or use Xerox
network
DocuPrint Print
communication
Submission software for
utility recommended
Windows.
with TCP/IP
TCP/IP or Novell
Print directly from
Netware 3.1x;
application or use Xerox
network
DocuPrint Print
communication
Submission software for
utility recommended
Windows.
with TCP/IP
TCP/IP or Novell
Print directly from
Netware 3.1x;
application or use Xerox
network
DocuPrint Print
communication
Submission software for
utility recommended
Windows.
with TCP/IP
TCP/IP or Novell
Print directly from
Netware 3.1x;
application or use Xerox
network
DocuPrint Print
communication
Submission software for
utility recommended
Windows, or the Internet
with TCP/IP
Printing Protocol (IPP)
TCP/IP;
Print directly from
none
application, or use the
lpr command or Xerox
Client Software.
System Overview Guide

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