Identifies the Internet Protocol address (IP Address parameter) of this actual destination. This is the Internet Protocol address assigned to the output device.
AIX, BSD, CUPS, PSF, InfoPrint 2000, IPP, Passthrough
You can use the synonym printer-tcpip-internet-address.
You can enter a text string up to 4095 characters long that is either of these types of address:
- Hostname (recommended):
- The hostname of this actual destination. For example: example.domain.com.
- IPv4 address
- A series of integers in the range of 0 to 255, each separated by a period,. (decimal
address). For example:
- IPv6 address
- Eight groups of four hexadecimal digits, each group has 16 bits. The groups are separated
by colons (:). For example:
SNMP connection lostmessage when you try to enable the printer.
No default value
- You must enter a value for destinations to use SNMP. If you do not want to use SNMP to monitor the printer, set the use-snmp attribute to false.
- You must enter a value for PSF TCP/IP-attached actual destinations, for PSF upload-TCP/IP-attached actual destinations, and for InfoPrint 2000 actual destinations.
- This attribute is required if the pull-print-printer actual destination attribute needs to be set to true.