Kyocera currently supports Printer MIB in the following printers.
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From: jkm at underscore.com (JK Martin)
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Subject: Which printer models support the Printer MIB (RFC-1759)?
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We have been getting a lot of customer inquiries asking which printers
support the Printer MIB. We need full product model identification for
such printer products.
I tried poking around some vendors' Web pages, but alas, very little is
said about Printer MIB compatibility. :-(
Here's your chance to do some blatant marketing for your company's products!
If the product is not currently available, then please give an estimate
as to when it will be released.
Also, if your product supports the "new" Printer MIB (ie, changes made
to the MIB *after* RFC-1759 was released), please indicate that, too.
Thanks in advance.