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Network printing environment

Ethernet LAN

Token Ring

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The job status command (lpq) is available at client workstations
unless your TCP/IP network communications utilities do not
support it.
Xerox Client Software provides commands for listing the status
of the job and for listing the queue. These commands are
available for jobs submitted using Xerox Client Software.
AppleTalk provides job status information at the client
workstation through the print monitor function. Workstation users
can also determine the status of a virtual printer.
NOTE: Job status is also available by establishing a telnet
connection to the Printer Controller to access the user interface
from your workstation. Printer and additional status information is
also available. You can also use a Web browser to obtain job
status. See the Guide to Configuring and Managing the System
for more information.
Users of networked client workstations may send print jobs to the
printer over the Ethernet LAN using either the TCP/IP, AppleTalk
using EtherTalk Link Access Protocol (ELAP), or Novell NetWare
as the network protocol.
Regardless of printing or transmission protocol, the Ethernet
connection to the Printer Controller must be compatible with the
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) 802.3
standard.
Users of networked client workstations may send print jobs to the
printer over a Token Ring network using TCP/IP, Novell NetWare
or AppleTalk network protocol.
Regardless of the printing transmission protocol, the Token Ring
connection to the Printer Controller must be compatible with the
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) 802.5
standard.
System Overview Guide

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