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Old June 7th 07, 01:19 AM posted to comp.periphs.printers,comp.sys.mac.printing
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Default HP DirectJet card compatibility / cross-ref

Have a dead (I think) JetDirect 615n (p/n J6057a) card.

Have access to JD 600 (p/n J3113a).

Can the 600 be used in place of the 615?

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Old June 7th 07, 03:24 AM posted to comp.periphs.printers,comp.sys.mac.printing
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Default HP DirectJet card compatibility / cross-ref

DaveC wrote:
Have a dead (I think) JetDirect 615n (p/n J6057a) card.

Have access to JD 600 (p/n J3113a).

Can the 600 be used in place of the 615?


Looks like it. The 600 is EIO, although it only does 10base-T, not 100.
In use, that probably won't make a noticeable difference.

Tony posted some very interesting and possibly relevant information on
the 615n here a couple of weeks back:

http://groups.google.com/group/comp....decee961a97664

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Old June 7th 07, 04:58 PM posted to comp.periphs.printers,comp.sys.mac.printing
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Default HP DirectJet card compatibility / cross-ref

The 3113A is most assuredly 10/100. (I have one.)

I downloaded the user guide for the J3113a (600n) card. It is 10/100.

Is this the only thing that I need to consider re. compatibility (or lack
thereof)? Will this card function identically (as far as the user is
concerned) to the J6057a (615n)?

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Old June 7th 07, 05:52 PM posted to comp.periphs.printers,comp.sys.mac.printing
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Default HP DirectJet card compatibility / cross-ref

Henry wrote:
Warren Block wrote:

DaveC wrote:


Have access to JD 600 (p/n J3113a).

Can the 600 be used in place of the 615?


Looks like it. The 600 is EIO, although it only does 10base-T, not 100.
In use, that probably won't make a noticeable difference.


The 3113A is most assuredly 10/100. (I have one.)


You're right. The page I found was for the J3111A.

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Old June 7th 07, 05:55 PM posted to comp.periphs.printers,comp.sys.mac.printing
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Default HP DirectJet card compatibility / cross-ref

DaveC wrote:
The 3113A is most assuredly 10/100. (I have one.)


I downloaded the user guide for the J3113a (600n) card. It is 10/100.

Is this the only thing that I need to consider re. compatibility (or lack
thereof)? Will this card function identically (as far as the user is
concerned) to the J6057a (615n)?


User-wise, it should be the same. The configuration web page and telnet
menus are probably different, but that's a onetime setup/admin thing.

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Old June 8th 07, 05:36 PM posted to comp.periphs.printers,comp.sys.mac.printing
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Default HP DirectJet card compatibility / cross-ref

Is any EIO printer fast enough to make 100BaseT really needed?

Probably not...
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Old June 30th 07, 08:07 PM posted to comp.periphs.printers,comp.sys.mac.printing
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Default HP DirectJet card compatibility / cross-ref

In article .net,
DaveC wrote:
Is any EIO printer fast enough to make 100BaseT really needed?


Probably not...


Oh, I suspect it might make a difference for a high end printer like a
8000 or maybe evan an 8500 / 5000. My lj 5000 at 16 PPM could
probably spit the first page out a couple of second earlier if I was
using wired 100MB rather than wireless into 10MB.

But does it really matter? If you have a working DJ 600 card would it
be worth spending $100 or so for a newer DJ card? I don't think so.

 




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