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I have problems trying to configure an IPDS Infoprint 6500 atached to an iSeries with R5V4 via TCP/IP. The status of the writer is pending.

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Make sure tcp ip settings are same in network range.
Subnet mask and gateway same in same network .
Also make sure driver installed and working fine.
Check firewall settings and open all tcp udp ports in firewall.
If no packet filters are active, nmap shows that ports 25, 80, 110 should 'open' on internet ip address. 443 ports need to open.
The below link helps you to configure it.
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