For Font Capture with IPDS: PSF/MVS with APAR OW08340, PSF/MVS V3.1, PSF/VSE V with APAR ... more
DY43969 or OS/400 4R2 with PSF/400 V4R2 or later, or iSeries with V5R3 or later. For Network Attachment (AFP/IPDS): Using Standard Ethernet (100BaseTX/10BaseT) Network printer port using PSF/MVS V2.2 or later, PSF/MVS V3.1 or later, PSF/VSE Version 2.2 with APAR/PTF: DY45247/UD51162, PSF/VM Version 2.1 with APAR PQ39895 (PTF UQ45995), IBM iSeries with V5R2, V5R3 or later or AS/400 OS/400 V3R1, V3R2, V3R6, V3R7, V4R1...
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You can take advantage of distributed printing of AFP/IPDS or SCS documents to workgroup printers Print either host-based or client-based output on your network-attached Lexmark laser printer With a Lexmark Card for IPDS and SCS/TNe option, use your printer for both network printing and for IBM iSeries, AS/400 or mainframe jobs Print bar codes, forms, publications and graphics closer to your end users giving you the associated cost and time savings from true distributed printing So now direct your IBM AFP/IPDS or SCS output across the LAN using the TCP/IP protocol Locate your printer wherever you need it to maximize its productivity With Lexmark's SmartSwitch auto-emulation sensing built into every Lexmark laser printer, your printer will automatically switch to the proper document language, whether it is SCS, IPDS, PostScript or PCL emulation Product Description Lexmark Card for IPDS and SCS/TNe , ROM (Page description language) - IBM IPDS/AFP, SCS/TNe Content
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Lexmark gives you a way to print all types of output, host based or client-based, on your network-attached Lexmark laser printer. Printing bar codes, forms, publications and graphics can be done with ease. Now your enterprise can realize the cost and time savings associated with true distributed printing.Without any changes to host applications or software you will be able to direct your legacy output (AFP/IPDS or SCS) across your LAN using today's popular TCP/IP protocol. The cards for IPDS and SCS/TNe provide configuration flexibility and compatibility for AFP/IPDS or SCS printing over TCP/IP to LAN printers.