Actions • Text print • Raw print • Email • Archive to disk • Filter/program • Copy to queue • LPR print • IP print • Archive to FTP
What it does
Sends your print job to a print server using the IP protocol, also known as reverse telnet or direct socket.
The IP print action supports sending your print jobs to a print server anywhere. Sometimes it is faster to use LPR or IP printing to send your print jobs to a high-capacity printer compared to Windows raw print.
RPM also manages this transfer end to end, which is something we can't do for Windows print jobs once they reach the Windows spooler.
- Host Enter a hostname or IP address here for the system to send your print jobs to
- Port 9100 is the default port, but it is common to find any port in the 9100 to 9110 range used