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Forum: ARM programming with GCC/GNU tools Network printer interfacing with LPC2478


Author: Swapnil D (Guest)
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Hi All,
I'm trying to interface a Printer with the LPC2478, So far I studied few 
things,
1. Printer which I have is post script network printer so it required 
postscript files as input.
2. I’m able to create simple post script file that can print text and 
draw lines.  (Tested with online postscript to pdf conversion utilities 
its working fine).
3. I’ve used a EFSL (file system) to store the created post script 
files.
4. I’ve used a uIP stack for basic TCP/IP communication and able to run 
web server application.

Now problem is I really don’t know how to send the created postscript 
file to network post script printer.

What kind of TCP/IP application protocol is required for printer 
interfacing (in embedded application)?

Please help me in this if anybody has worked on this kind of 
application.

Thanks in advance

Swapnil.

Author: g457 (Guest)
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> What kind of TCP/IP application protocol is required for printer
> interfacing

check out the documentation of your printer. it might use IPP [0].

HF

[0] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internet_Printing_Protocol

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