Your browser does not seem to support CSS. If images appear below, please disregard them.
It appears that you're running an Ad-Blocker. This site is monetized by Advertising and by User Donations; we ask that if you find this site helpful that you whitelist us in your Ad-Blocker, or make a Donation to help aid in operating costs.
Previous Thread
Next Thread
Print Thread
Rate This Thread
#9681 - 12/05/02 11:57 AM Printing on Lan  
Joined: Nov 2002
Posts: 73
Nem2k Offline
Joey from Hackers
Nem2k  Offline
Joey from Hackers

Joined: Nov 2002
Posts: 73
Canada
Hello,
My school is running like approx. 15 printers and i would like to print something unuseful in
another class of mine. I got the names, the class number and even the type of printer but i dont know how to do it.

Anyone could help ?

Sponsored Links
#9682 - 12/05/02 12:31 PM Re: Printing on Lan  
Joined: Oct 2002
Posts: 955
jonconley Offline
UGN Super Poster
jonconley  Offline
UGN Super Poster

Joined: Oct 2002
Posts: 955
Merrill, IA, USA
Off the top of my head, two things you can look into, depending on OS and network set up:

File/Print Sharing. If it is enabled or you enable it, you can simply print from any of the printers from any location on network.

IPP (Internet Printing Protocol?), not sure what it is called, but have seen it when scanning, you can access/install a printer via http and print from it. Must be on a win 2000 network though.

#9683 - 12/05/02 01:27 PM Re: Printing on Lan  
Joined: Mar 2002
Posts: 1,041
Infinite Offline
UGN Elite Poster
Infinite  Offline
UGN Elite Poster

Joined: Mar 2002
Posts: 1,041
Canada eh
start-->settings-->printers-->add new printer, then use the wizard to add a network printer. The wizard gives you the option of browsing the network and choosing the printer you want to use.

sum

#9684 - 12/05/02 04:28 PM Re: Printing on Lan  
Joined: Nov 2002
Posts: 73
Nem2k Offline
Joey from Hackers
Nem2k  Offline
Joey from Hackers

Joined: Nov 2002
Posts: 73
Canada
I think the Settings folders are locked by
the administrators. Im not sure. Any idea on
making this under DOS ? I got this when i do arp -a

Nom de partage |Type | Commentaire
ang_pcl6 | Impr. | HP LaserJet 2100 PCL 6 Anglais
ang_ps | Impr. | HP LaserJet 2100 PS Anglais
Choix_001 | Disque
D205_P | Impr. | HP LaserJet 2100 PCL 6 D205
D205_PS | Impr. | HP LaserJet 2100 PS d205
D213_P | Impr. | HP LaserJet 2100 PCL 6 D213
D213_PS | Impr. | HP LaserJet 2100 PS D213
D214_P | Impr. | HP LaserJet 2100 PCL 6 D214
D214_PS | Impr. | HP LaserJet 2100 PS D214
home | Disque
HP4000_audio Impr. | HP LaserJet 4000 PCL 6 Audio
HP5Lunite1 | Impr. | HP LaserJet 5L unite 1
Hp5SIadm | Impr. | HP LaserJet 5Si adm
mspclnt | Disque
NETLOGON | Disque | Logon server share
pgm | Disque
Pgmgrics | Disque
Y | Disque
Ex‚cution achev‚e.

(sorry for the french things, Impr. = Printer and Disque=HD)

I can do anything to access those HD ?

#9685 - 12/05/02 06:44 PM Re: Printing on Lan  
Joined: Oct 2002
Posts: 955
jonconley Offline
UGN Super Poster
jonconley  Offline
UGN Super Poster

Joined: Oct 2002
Posts: 955
Merrill, IA, USA
believe you can use
NET USE and NET PRINT if necessary, but the printer must be shared first in that case

Sponsored Links
#9686 - 12/05/02 06:50 PM Re: Printing on Lan  
Joined: Feb 2002
Posts: 7,195
Gremelin Offline
Community Owner
Gremelin  Offline

Community Owner

Joined: Feb 2002
Posts: 7,195
Likes: 3
Portland, OR; USA
if it is in windows you can open NetworkNeighborhood and right click on the printer you wish to use and choose install. it will install the software from the computer setup to house it on the network. or at least that is how things are setup in my ofice .


Donate to UGN Security here.
UGN Security, Back of the Web, and VNC Web Services Owner
#9687 - 12/06/02 02:53 AM Re: Printing on Lan  
Joined: Mar 2002
Posts: 185
Mornse Offline
Member
Mornse  Offline
Member

Joined: Mar 2002
Posts: 185
Vancouver
Scan your network. Lots of network printers will come up with a telnet port open. The banner will most likely look like "HP LaserJet" or something like that depending on the company and model. Not known by a fair number of people, printers have processors and can run very low level operating systems. If you find a printer with an open telnet port, it will most likely not have a password and you can just telnet in. Then you have full control of it, you can change the settings and all. Now to print, lot's of times the printer will also have an FTP port open. If you connect to that and upload the file you want to print to it, it should print. You can try these things, which are more fun that the ones suggested above, if the other ways suggested don't work or something.


Cha want some w***up?

http://www.dopeskill.com
#9688 - 12/06/02 11:46 AM Re: Printing on Lan  
Joined: Nov 2002
Posts: 73
Nem2k Offline
Joey from Hackers
Nem2k  Offline
Joey from Hackers

Joined: Nov 2002
Posts: 73
Canada
Thanks Mornse, i will try those

#9689 - 12/11/02 12:30 AM Re: Printing on Lan  
Joined: Sep 2002
Posts: 71
BlackSpider Offline
Junior Member
BlackSpider  Offline
Junior Member

Joined: Sep 2002
Posts: 71
If the computer system is LAN, it should display all printers.

Check First:
File > Print
should display a pop up printer window. Change the Printer Name.

If the above isn't there. Do what sum said.

===========
[smoking]


Member Spotlight
Gremelin
Gremelin
Portland, OR; USA
Posts: 7,195
Joined: February 2002
Show All Member Profiles 
Forum Statistics
Forums45
Topics46,754
Posts81,924
Average Daily Posts11
Members2,159
Most Online1,567
Apr 25th, 2010
Latest Postings
Top Posters(All Time)
UGN Security 39,918
Gremelin 7,195
SilentRage 1,273
Ice 1,146
pergesu 1,136
Infinite 1,041
jonconley 955
Girlie 908
unreal 860
Top Liked Users (All Time)
§intå× Likes: 1
Cold Sunn Likes: 1
Crime Likes: 1
Cyrez Likes: 1
Ghost Likes: 1
Gremelin Likes: 4
Ice Likes: 1
unreal Likes: 1
Top Liked Users (30 Days)
Powered by UBB.threads™ PHP Forum Software 7.6.0
(Snapshot build 20160902)