Printing a postscript file is slower thanprinting a pdf file

Sebastian Krysmanski infomail at lordb.de
Wed May 14 23:36:35 PDT 2008


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> SORRY THIS NEXT BIT IS A BIT OFF TOPIC
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> Finally, if you decide to purchase some more of these printers, would
> you kindly check whether the new machine correctly reports the IP
> address attained from DHCP when you first attach the printer to the
> network. When we attach the newer Kyocera printers to our network they
> report their IP address as 0.0.0.0. Once you visit the printers web
> page with a browser (using the IP address extracted from the DHCP
> logs) the printer will then report the correct address. Again, we have
> mentioned this issue to Kyocera and we are still waiting for a reply
> as to why this may be happening. We are using a Mac OS X 10.4 server
> for DHCP on our site and all other devices are receiving IP addresses
> as are these printers. They are simply not reporting the address.
>
> Good luck and let us know how you work this issue out.
>

Thanks for your response. But my printer is connected directly (via USB) to my server and not via Ethernet. So, unfortunately, I can't help you with this topic.




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