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Updated Jan 20 2003

LPR Print Queue Names
Command WorkStation Device Names

When connecting your Canon printer with LPR, you may be required to enter a specific LPR Queue name.
When connecting to your Canon printer from CWS you will be required to enter a specific Device name.


Click here if you cant find your model in this chart
 
 
Rip/Model
System Software Version
Printer Model
LPR print queue name
Device Name
ColorPass 320
1.0-1.2
300 series
print_300-350

ColorPass 500
1.0-1.2
300 series
print_300-350

ColorPass 500
1.0-1.2
500,550
print_500-550

ColorPass 500
1.0-1.2
700, 800, 900, 950
print_700-800

ColorPass 550
2.00
700, 800, 900, 950
print_900-950

PS Board Unit-A1
1.20
900 only
print_700-800

PS Board Unit-A1
2.00
900 only
print_900-950

ColorPass 1000      
Any name can be used

ColorPass 2000-4000
1.1-2.0
300,350,500,550 700,800,900,950
xjprint

ColorPass 2000/2000+ -5000
3.0-3.22
300,320
print_300-350

ColorPass 2000/2000+ -5000
3.0-3.22
500,550
print_500-550

ColorPass 2000/2000+ -5000
3.0-3.22
700, 800, 900, 950
print_700-800

ColorPass 4000, 4000+,5000
3.1W
Novajet Pro
print_NJPro

ColorPass 4000, 4000+,5000
3.22W
NovaPro NovaJet Pro/E
print_NJPro print_NJPROe

ColorPass M20
1.01
700,800,900,950
print_900-950

ColorPass NeT
1.00
900-950
print, hold

ColorPass 8000
4.2-4.32
1000, 2400
print_1000

ColorPass V30 V50
1.03
700,800,900,950
print_900-950

ColorPass V35 V55   
1120, 1150
print_1100

ColorPass V80
2.00
1000, 2400
print_1000

ColorPass Z40 Z60   
1120, 1150
print_1100

ColorPass Z90   
1000, 2400
print_1000, print

ColorPass Z600
  
1120, 1150
print_1100

ColorPass Z5000
1.2
5000
print_5000, print

CLBP 360PS (16MB)
1.0-2.01
  
xjdirect

CLBP 360PS (32MB)
1.0-2.01
  
xjprint

CLBP 460PS w/o HD
1.00
  
xjdirect

CLBP 460PS w/ HD
1.00
  
xjprint

iR C2050

PB A1
print_2020-2050, print
2020-2050
iR C2058

PB B1
print_2000, print
2000
iR 210/GP 200 D1/E1  2.1 D1  E1
 print_200-216, print 200-216
GP 30/55 E2 with V31.04      
Any name can be used
na
GP 30/55 E2E with V4.11      
Any name can be used
na
GP 200 E3E with V4.10      
Any name can be used
na
iR 330 400 H1/K1   2.1 H1  K1
print_300-405, print
300-405
iR 330 400 P1/R1
1.0
P1  R1
print_330-400, print
330-400
 iR 550 600 F1   2.1 F1
 print_600-605. print 600-605
iR 2200 2800 3300(i)
   
lp, SPOOL, DIRECT
na
iR 5000(i) 6000
   
lp, SPOOL, DIRECT
na
iR 5000(i) 6000 L1
1.0

print
iR-L1
iR 7200 8500 105     lp, SPOOL, DIRECT na
iR 7200 8500 105 M1
 2.01  
print
iR-M1
iR 7200 8500 105 M2
1.01

print
iR-M2
LBP 1760-2460-IC 4000  
Canon EB-52 Board
Any name can be used
na
LBP 1760-2460-IC 4000  
Emulex Board
PASSTHRU (Capital letters)
na
LC 9000    
Any name can be used
na
Image Class C2100 (CP 660)    
xjprint, xjdirect

Image Class 2200    
 Any name can be used
na
Rip/Model
System Software Version
Printer Model
LPR print queue name
Device Name



Using SNMP MIB Browsing

You may have a newer or perhaps an older undocumented printer
Why not use SNMP MIB browsing to detect the required queue name?
Here are 2 ways we have confirmed
(I wanted to do this for 2 years now)

Windows 2000/XP
Give your printer an IP address
Ensure you can ping the device from a Windows 2000/XP box
Create a new printer using the standard port monitor
Enter the IP of the printer and click next
If you are lucky, an SNMP poll will the show a queue name you can use
If you are unlucky, 2000/XP will instead find and use raw/port 9100...doh
If you can disable raw/port 9100 and reboot the device you should be able to repeat the process to get the queue name

Freebsd Solaris Linux NetBSD HPUX 10.20 ... probably many others
Net-SNMP is an excellent start http://www.net-snmp.org/
Its command line utilities snmpget and snmpwalk are excellent

I discovered Net-SNMP through mbrowser from http://www.kill-9.org/mbrowse/
"Mbrowse is an SNMP MIB browser based on GTK and net-snmp"
It is a great GUI based SNMP browser based on Net-SNMP

Mbrowse is really easy to install under FreeBSD since it is in the ports directory (FreeBSD rocks)

Before we do anything, I need to explain what the Object Identifier or OID is

Object Identifier (OID)

The hardest part in all of this is the use of the Object Identifier or OID
Each SNMP detail has its own identification name called the OID
You dont have to worry much about this with much MBROWSE or SNMPWALK
However, with SNMPGET, you have to specify the exact OID you are looking for
In playing around with Mbrowse I discovered the LPR Queue name OID's for Canon and EFI devices are different
Canon Controllers LPR Queue name OID        enterprises.1602.1.3.3.1.9.3.0
EFI controllers LPR Queue name OID             enterprises.1602.1.3.3.51.9.1.1.2.IP.1
In the case of the EFI device you also have to replace IP with the TCP/IP address of the printer
So an iR600 with an IP address of 192.168.10.100 would have a LPR Queue name OID of enterprises.1602.1.3.3.51.9.1.1.2.192.168.10.100.1
Dont be scared if this appears to tricky, you can use MBROWSE or SNMPWALK instead

Here is how to use Mbrowse (GUI)
After installed simply put the IP of the printer in the Host name field
Enter the following in the Object Identifier field
Canon Controllers OID        enterprises.1602.1.3.3.1.9.3.0
EFI controllers OID             enterprises.1602.1.3.3.51.9.1.1.2
You should see the queue name in quotes like "lp" or "print_600-605"
A ""  would mean any name

Here is how to use snmpwalk and snmpget on the command line

SNMPWALK
Usage                       snmpwalk -v 1 -c public IP of printer OID
Canon Example        snmpwalk -v 1 -c public 192.168.10.97 enterprises.1602.1.3.3.1.9.3.0
Result                       enterprises.1602.1.3.3.1.9.3.0 = "lp"

EFI Example            snmpwalk -v 1 -c public 192.168.10.100 enterprises.1602.1.3.3.51
Result                       Lots.  You will have to search for it

SNMPWALK has the advantage of not requiring entering the entire OID
Although you may get a large list of returns, its easier than specifying the exact EFI OID

SNMPGET
Usage                      snmpget -c public -v 1 IP of printer OID

Canon Example        snmpget -c public -v 1 192.168.10.97 enterprises.1602.1.3.3.1.9.3.0
Result                       enterprises.1602.1.3.3.1.9.3.0 = "lp"

EFI Example            snmpget -c public -v 1 192.168.10.90 enterprises.1602.1.3.3.51.9.1.1.2.192.168.10.90.1
Result                       enterprises.1602.1.3.3.51.9.1.1.2.192.168.10.90.1 = "print_600-605"

Hope this helps



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