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Creating a Queue Using TelnetSym

Muthuvel.B
Advisor

Creating a Queue Using TelnetSym

Hi There,

Can anyone let me know how to create a Queue using TelnetSym? I have already started TELNETSYM service using TCPIP$CONFIG.

Thanks & Regards,
Muthuvel.B
3 REPLIES
labadie_1
Honored Contributor

Re: Creating a Queue Using TelnetSym

init/que/start/proc=ucx$telnetsym
/on="1.2.3.4:9100"

my_printer

if you are using Ucx 4.any, and replace ucx$telnetsym by tcpip$telnetsym if you are using tcpip 5.any

the 9100 is(usually the port number, but it may be 10001 or any other number, depending on the specifics of the printer/decserver you are using

ps: ignore, the attachment
Muthuvel.B
Advisor

Re: Creating a Queue Using TelnetSym

Thanks a lot.. I could also get through in creating a TELNETSYM queue in the mean while.

Thanks Again.

Muthuvel.B
Jan van den Ende
Honored Contributor

Re: Creating a Queue Using TelnetSym

Muthuvel,

since you are using TCPI$CONFIG, and not UCX$CONFIG, you will want to replace UVX$TELNETSYM by TCPIP$TELNETSYM in Gerards (labadie's) answer.

And, I would advice using the printers' DNS name instead of IP-address (although the address will function OK)
The port-number 9100 is for HP-printers, for other brands, see their doc.

Of course, add any other queue params as desired.

Proost.

Have one on me.

jpe
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