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Infrared Data Association (IrDA) is a system of exchanging information between computers by using infrared transmissions without a cable connection. IrDA can be used between any two devices that support IrDA, such as computers and printers. Windows XP Professional supports printing by using an IrDA device. IrDA is a point-to-point protocol based on TCP/IP and Winsock APIs. IrDA can be used to exchange data between devices other than Windows that use the IrDA protocol. IrDA exchanges data at rates approaching the rates that are provided by LAN connections.
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Windows XP Professional supports IEEE 1284.4, a protocol that allows Windows 2000 and Windows Server 2003 print servers to send data to multiple parts of a single multifunction peripheral (MFP) device. IEEE 1284.4 is a driver that multiplexes data so that the operating system can communicate with multiple functions of an MFP over a single connection. IEEE 1284.4 is installed when an IEEE 1284.4-enabled device is detected. No manual installation or configuration is required.
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A range of permissions affects how users manage printers and receive information about printer status. Windows XP Professional gives you quick access to basic information about printers. In Microsoft Internet Explorer, you can make the mouse pointer pause on a printer to display the printer name, status, location, and number of documents in its queue. Printers that are hosted by Windows XP Professional, Windows 2000 servers, or Windows Server 2003 servers that have Internet Information Services (IIS) or a Peer Web Server can receive jobs sent by users who use the Internet Printing Protocol. Windows 2000 or Windows Server 2003 Internet print servers provide information to clients about the status of print jobs and the availability of printers. You can view and manage the print jobs on a server by using the Internet print server s Web pages. These pages provide information about jobs in the print queue, including the job name, status, owner, number of pages, page size, and time of submission.
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You can view the printer device status for more information about a particular printer. This page provides current printer information, such as:
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The text in the printer s local display Paper-tray capabilities and status, such as the approximate number of pages available in each tray Console lights illuminated, such as Online, Data, or Attention, depending on the printer and whether it supports the standard printer MI32
Printing Concepts
When users print, the computer completes several steps that involve a set of components including executable files, drivers, device interfaces, and dynamic-link libraries that work together to create the printed output. Understanding how this process works helps you understand what happens when you print a document and how to solve printing problems. Printing has two parts: the printing process and the print components. The two parts make the printing process possible. When printing to an Internet print server, the print server adds to the standard print process by creating an interface for users.
Printer Pooling
A printer pool associates two or more identical printers with one set of printer software. To set up a printer pool, add a printer by using the Add Printer Wizard, and then assign an output port to all printers that are identical to the original printer. Windows 2000 and Windows Server 2003 do not limit the number of printers in a pool. When a document is sent to the printer pool, the first available printer prints it. This configuration maximizes printer use and minimizes the wait for completed print jobs. Efficient printer pools have the following characteristics:
All printers in the pool are the same model. Printer ports can be of the same type or mixed, such as parallel, serial, and network. It is recommended that all printers be in one physical location because it is impossible to predict which printer receives the document, making it hard for users to find their print job.
Note When print jobs are sent through a standard TCP/IP port to devices that are RFC 1759 compliant, and the printer in a pool stops printing after a set time, the current document is rescheduled on another port. Succeeding documents print to other printers in the pool until the nonfunctioning printer is fixed.
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