Re: 2300n being very vocal on our network (22 Views)
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jdidier
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2300n being very vocal on our network

Our users have been reporting slow printing on our 2300n. We have bandwith monitoring software and it shows that this printer is talking quite a bit on our network compared to other printers on this subnet. We have just the bare minumum protocols running on this printer: read only snmp, 9100 and IPP print services. I can't capture traffic with wireshark as the printer denies the connection. I've also swapped out the 620 JetDirect card without any differences in broadcasting. The settings are no different than the other 2300's we have in out building.

Is there a way to monitor what this printer is broadcasting or does anyone have any suggestions on why it is chatting so much?
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jdidier
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Re: 2300n being very vocal on our network

Here's a screenshot showing the bandwidth between two printers on the same subnet. One's a 2300n and the other is a 2430n.
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David Zuts
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Re: 2300n being very vocal on our network

Have you tried another cable and plugged the printer into a different port.
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