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31.8.2014 / kaldy123

Printer Pooling

Printer pooling combines multiple physical printers into a single logical unit. To client  computers, the printer pool appears to be a single printer. When jobs are submitted to the printer pool, any available printer in the printer pool can process them.

Printer pooling increases the scalability and availability of network printing. If one printer in the pool is unavailable (for example, from a large print job, a paper jam, or being offline), all jobs are distributed to the remaining printers. If a printer pool does not have sufficient capacity, you can add another printer to the printer pool without performing any client configuration.

You create a printer pool on a server by specifying multiple ports for a printer. Each port is the location of one physical printer. In most cases, the ports are an IP address on the network, instead of a local LPT or USB connection.

The requirements for a printer pool are as follows:

  • Printers must use the same driver. Clients use a single printer driver for generating print jobs. All printers must accept print jobs in the same format. In many cases, this means that a single printer model is used in a pool.
  • Printers should be in the same location. The printers in a printer pool should be located physically close together. When users retrieve their print jobs, they must check all printers in the printer pool to find their document. There is no way for users to know which printer has printed their document.


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