IOGear print server
Fri Mar 30 07:36:37 PDT 2007
If the device claims that the job is complete, then this sounds like a
failure of the device. Perhaps you should contact IOGear and ask them
On Fri, 30 Mar 2007, Vu Pham wrote:
> On Fri, 2007-03-30 at 08:55 -0500, Net Llama! wrote:
>> Does this print server beast have some kind of management console where
>> you can check a log to see what happened to the job?
> Yes. It shows me the list of jobs it has received. Whenever I send a job
> from my Suse, this list shows a new job received and that job's status
> is "complete" but I do not see the printer 's status LED flashes at all
> and nothing is printed.
>> On Fri, 30 Mar 2007, Vu Pham wrote:
>>> I just got an IOGear USB print server. Its document says it supports
>>> Linux and Google shows somebody already set it up sucessfully, but I am
>>> not lucky at all.
>>> I tried IPP ( port 631) , LPD ( port 515 ) and direct printing
>>> ( 9100 ). In all cases, tcpdump shows my Suse 10.2 workstation sends tcp
>>> packets and those packets are acked from the print server. The web page
>>> of the print server shows it gets those jobs also but none is printed.
>>> I tried those three methods from Windows XP and all of them works fine.
>>> The printer is HP 1020.
>>> Any advice is greatly appreciated.
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