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Create multiple print queues

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Hi,

I have a HP LaserJet 4 and a Fujisu dot matrix printer. Both of them are connected to a HP Jetdirect EX plus 3 print server. I want to assign different print queue names to these two printers, fox instance, PQ1 is connected to HP LaserJet 4 and PQ2 is connected to Fujisu printer. Do you have any idea?

I hope to hear your reply soon! Thanks!

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by:lyon
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Please provide a little more information and I will try to help further.
What type of network are you working on with these printers and the JetDirect? NT or Novell.
Based on what network you have I can suggest how you might setup multiple Print queues

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Lyon
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by:ngpk
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There are both NT Server and NetWare Server running on the Ethernet. I have a HP JetDirect EX Plus 3 that has 3 parallel ports. A HP LaserJet 4 is attached to port1 and a Fujisu dot matrix printer is attached to port 2. I want to create a network print queue called PQ1 that is connected to port 1 and another network print queue called PQ2 connected to port 2. Both NT Server and NetWare Server should be able to control these print queues. Any idea?
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When you are ready to print, in hte printer box just specify which printer you want to print to. It will atomatically queue it.
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