Print Destination configuration creates destinations that the virtual printer port will send print jobs to. More than one destination should be created if you want to use the port policies effectively when sharing print duties between printers.
Enter the IP address or hostname of the printer or print server here.
From the list, select the protocol you want this destination to use. You should first verify that the protocol you want to use is supported by your print server. Most hardware print servers support the LPR/LPD protocol.
Enter the TCP/IP port number you want to send data on. The default port number for LPR/LPD is 515 and is populated automatically when selecting this protocol. Most single port JetDirect print servers receive data on port 9100; this port number is populated automatically when selecting the JetDirect protocol.
This list box contains a list of destinations that have already been created for the port. If updating an existing port, the list should be populated automatically.
The Up button increases the priority of the selected destination. If only one destination is available or if the destination is already the highest priority, this button does not perform any operation.
The Down button decreases the priority of the destination. If only one destination is available or if the destination is already the lowest priority, this button does not perform any operation.
The Delete button deletes the selected destination. You must have at least one destination to continue to the next step of the Wizard.