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Print2Lan

Print2Lan solves all the printing problems associated with IBM AS/400 systems in a TCP/IP environment by supporting the TelNet TN5250E protocol. Print2Lan attaches directly to a LAN and can distribute print jobs to up to 7 LAN based Printers.

Print2Lan allows the LAN Printers to be configured as "Devices" on the AS/400, for optimal control of file spooling printer status (page range, out of paper, offline etc.) Print2Lan provides all LAN attached Printers with the same reliable, full function AS/400 printing support as a direct Twinax-attached 5250 printer.

Print2Lan can "Drive" up to 7 LAN Printers (1 Printer can be directly attached to the onboard Parallel Port) allowing full printing control using enhanced TelNet TN5250E protocol over TCP/IP. TN5250E enables real-time reporting of Printer errors (such as paper out) and allows a LAN Printer to be configured as an AS/400 Device.

Print2Lan includes an extensive list of pre-configured Printers Driver (both Laser and Matrix) for easy set-up and configuration. User can easily customize any of the existing Printer Drivers or create their own. Furthermore, since Print2Lan does the EBCDIC to ASCII conversion, it frees the AS/400 or the Client PC from performing this resource intensive task, allowing a faster first page out and overall increased speed.

Print2Lan also includes an integrated Web Server for simple installation and configuration. All configuration can be accomplished on any LAN based PC equipped with a Web browser.

Print2Lan handles all AS/400 print jobs, performs the EBCDIC to ASCII conversion and sends the output to the associated LAN Printer with the specified IP address. The printers can be installed anywhere on the LAN and they can either be connected to a PC or directly attached to the LAN via standard TCP/IP Print Server or built-in Ethernet adapter.