Indicates the number of seconds that the server should wait after sequentially polling all the SNMP printers without known problems. Increasing the polling interval causes the server to use less CPU and network resources for SNMP polling, but it makes the currently shown printer status (for printers that are not currently printing) less accurate. The field on the SNMP tab is “Normal poll interval”.
Normal poll interval (sec)
You can enter an integer from 0 through 2147483647.
- When normal polling finds that an output device has a problem, InfoPrint disables the actual destination if necessary and transfers the device to the list of devices to be polled at the problem interval.
- Output devices with which the server has not established, or has lost, SNMP communication, are polled at the normal interval, not the problem interval.
- Set a value of 0 to disable normal polling.