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Re: Add a Xerox printer as a remote printer.

>>"Receive NO snmp response" 

 

Just because you receive that, it does not mean that the Jetdirect interface is disabled.  SNMP may be disabled.  A previous employer required, due to "security" scans, that SNMP be disabled on all printers as it was a security risk.

 

Try telnet'ing to the printers IP address and specify port 9100 and see if you get a response.  For example:

 

# telnet dalsharp 9100
Trying...
Connected to dalsharp.
Escape character is '^]'.

 

This means that the 'dalsharp' device on my network is responding on port 9100.  If I try to telnet on a port that does not respond, then I get:

 

# telnet dalsharp 9101
Trying...
telnet: Unable to connect to remote host: Connection refused

 

So, if your printer answers on port 9100, try setting it up as Bill mentioned.