This IBM Redbooks publication describes the printing capabilities of the IBM Network
Station. It applies to Release 3 of the IBM Network Station software,
and to previous releases.
It is designed to help the reader understand how printing works
on the IBM Network Station by discussing some of the basic concepts
involved, illustrating the major components of the printing
subsystem, providing examples of how local applications print to
local printers and/or send printer output to remote print servers,
as well as how remote applications can send print jobs to local
These examples are provided for many platforms, such as OS/390,
OS/400, AIX, Windows NT and WinCenter, and they include instructions
on how to prepare these systems to receive print jobs from an
IBM Network Station.
Details are also provided on the configuration requirements of the
IBM Network Station, how to use the IBM Network Station Manager
program to manipulate these configuration parameters, and a few tools,
tips and techniques helpful in performing problem determination.
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