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Language: Web Development
Expertise: Beginner
Apr 15, 1997

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How to make Netware queues available on UNIX

Question:
We have a mixed UNIX/NetWare environment. How can we make our Netware queues available on UNIX?

Answer:
You'll need the NetWare/IP product from Novell. This will let you configure your NetWare server to use TCP/IP; consequently, you can configure NetWare queues to be available on UNIX.

Another approach is to use a print server interface such as the HP JetDirect card. These multi-protocol cards will allow print streams to be services from IPX as well as TCP/IP sources.

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