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Reedler New Member
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LPR Printing error

Using the application teemtalk, I setup the printer IP in the LPR setup. When I print to this printer in the job log I get the error below. I have set this up before with other brand printers without an issues. Any ideas much appreciated.

CancelledPrint0

LPD

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Community Manager CherylO-Xerox
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Re: LPR Printing error

Hi Reedler,

Thank you for using the Support Forum.  You do not mention which product you are using but there are a couple of things you can check.  Please make sure you are using "lp"  (that is lower case "LP") as the queue name and make sure you are using port 515. If that does not help please let us know the specific machine model.   

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CherylO-Xerox
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Reedler New Member
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Re: LPR Printing error

Sorry Cheryl, I am using the Phaser 6180MFP-D. I made these setting changes and still get the same message.
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Community Manager CherylO-Xerox
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Re: LPR Printing error

Hi Reedler,

Ok that makes a difference.  For the Phaser 6180MFP please take a look at this solution and see if the correct queue name will solve the problem. 

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CherylO-Xerox
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Reedler New Member
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Re: LPR Printing error

Hey Cheryl,

I tried all of those solutions and that didn't work. Any other suggestions?

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MastricX New Member
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Re: LPR Printing error

Reedler, if you're still following this, or Xerox were you every able to find a solution for this. We've found we're unable to print with lpr from Windows  & RHEL do only our Xerox 6180 MFP units with the same error you're getting.

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MastricX New Member
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Re: LPR Printing error

Win:
lpr -S hostname -P lp -o l file.txt
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