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How to connect wyse wy-185 to at&t 577 printer

Trying to connect wy-185 to at&t 577 printer. I need pin-outs for rj11 and db25. Looks like a null modem is needed. WY-185 does not see printer. Printer head docks when wy-185 is powered on or off. So. it looks like the printer is seeing the wy-185.

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Dear mm6529, I have an At&t 577 printer, but do not have a manual for it. Any ideas where to get one or could make a copy for me.
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