Setting up high speed printers for spacing

In InfoPrint Manager, moving from page to page in a job is called spacing:

  • Forward spacing is moving to a point later in the job (such as skipping from page 10 to page 15).
  • Backspacing is moving to a point earlier in the job (such as backing up from page 40 to page 20).
For spacing to work effectively on the InfoPrint 2000 for AFP printing, InfoPrint 3000, InfoPrint 4000, and InfoPrint 4100, you must first enable the printer to work with the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) and allow SNMP to configure the printer. These settings allow you to use the InfoPrint Manager GUI to stop a printer very quickly (in ten seconds or less) when you need to, instead of having to wait for all of the pages of a job that have been buffered to print.