Pins and Jumpers for Okidata printer


 
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I need help finding out where to get support on how to configure pins on an adapter for a network printer. Unix has it's jumper instructions and Okidata has another different set of instructions. they need to be integrated.
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Here is one way to solve this problem. Make a diagram of the wiring using the pinouts from both devices. Show the functions of each pin in the diagram and how the cable connects them.

Draw the diagram, make a <B>gif, jpg or pdf</B> of the drawing and post it (HTML LINK) to this thread. We can take a look and help after you do this functional wiring diagram. Show as much detail as possible.

[Edited by Neo on 11-29-2000 at 08:54 PM]
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Thank you Neo for your suggestion. My tech figured it out thank God. It was a rush situation but we got it. Thanks again.
-Katherine
 

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