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Re: Trying to get a network printer HP LaserJet (tm) 2100tn to print from debian



SO I set it up as:
  ipp://192.168.1.5/ipp/
other printer (it said no IPP port 631 at host  ipp://192.168.1.5/ipp/
so I had to use other printer rather than ipp printer in the
add printer wizard).
and chose raw no driver.
It makes me wonder if there is a networking issue,
but I can telnet to the printer and bring up the printers
java control webpage.

So printing a test page just sits there
and never prints:
$ lpq -a
Rank    Owner   Job     File(s)                         Total Size
active  userjf 324     http://kerneltrap.org/Linux/Abu 672768 bytes

Still  can print from windows, but  not from debian.  weird.
any other ideas, suggestions?

Russell L. Harris wrote:
> I haven't followed the thread, but I am using an hp2100tn with Debian
> testing and CUPS.  The device URI is specified as:
>
>     ipp://192.168.0.66/ipp/
>
> The printer has a Postscript module, so the make is specified as "raw"
> and the model as "Raw Queue (en)".
>
> The HPJetDirect interface of the printer requires a DHCP server.  For
> this, I use my firewall machine, which is running SmoothWall Express
> 2.0.  But I prefer to use static ip addresses within the LAN, so I
> specified the MAC address of the HPJetDirect interface to SmoothWall
> and reserved the address 192.168.0.66 for the printer.
>
> RLH
>
>
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