LAN-RPC IP Print Server
Twinax or Coax Printer To
Your IP Network
Use Your Twinax & Coax Printers over TCP/IP
PLEASE NOTE: The
LAN-RPC Twinax/Coax Print Server has
been discontinued. It
is available as a refurbished product. The direct
new replacement product is the
here to be taken to the
LAN-RPC+ Twinax Print Server page.
I-O LANRPC Print Server protects printers
when migrating to TCP/IP Ethernet. It allows Twinax or Coax IPDS,
SCS, or SCS/DSC printers to be connected to an Ethernet network.
simply connect your Twinax or Coax system printer directly to the I-O
LANRPC. Once this is done, you will be able to address the
printer via TCP/IP from an IBM AS/400 or 3270-type mainframe. The attached printer can be a laser,
dot-matrix or line printer. The I-O LANRPC will reliably communicate
the IPDS data received over the TCP/IP Ethernet link to the
attached Twinax or Coax cable.
an I-O LANRPC a non-IPDS (SCS) Twinax or non-IPDS (SCS/DSC) Coax system printer
becomes available to
virtually any host on the Ethernet network. This includes AS/400,
3270-type mainframe, Unix,
Windows XP / 2000 / 98 / 95 and NT, and Novell host systems. All host systems can simultaneously communicate with
the I-O attached system printer.
and matrix printers configured via TCP/IP, AnyNet or SNA on an
AS/400 offer page range printing
support and posting of the FORM ALIGNMENT message. The latter is a
particularly valuable feature when printing on pre-printed forms
or stationary such as checks and invoices.
I-O’s Configuration Utility, the initial setup and
configuration is a painless
and straight forward task. Once an IP address has been assigned,
administrators can easily configure even remote I-O print servers
directly from their desktop.
and expensive legacy printers are given a new lease on life by
connecting over Ethernet to their host.
LANRPC supports both Twinax and Coax hosts and printers (SCS,SCS/DSC
and AnyNet protocols allow the AS/400 to automatically recognize Twinax
attached SCS printers.
AnyNet and SNA Support
Range Printing and form alignment messages for line and matrix
LANRPC supports both Twinax and Coax hosts and printers (SCS,
SCS/DSC or IPDS).
printers are connected to the host via true TCP/IP protocol.
Twinax or SCS/DSC Coax printers can now serve as LAN printers.
LANRPC configuration from a PC on a local or remote network.
adapttion to your network speed requirements.
field-upgrades to take advantage of the latest enhancements.
access to SCS and SCS/DSC system printers optimizes your printer
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