[WIMS] Prototype draft Printer MIB MFD Alerts (30 August 2011)

[WIMS] Prototype draft Printer MIB MFD Alerts (30 August 2011)

[WIMS] Prototype draft Printer MIB MFD Alerts (30 August 2011)

Ira McDonald blueroofmusic at gmail.com
Wed Aug 31 00:15:10 UTC 2011


Hi folks,

[For review during the WIMS WG teleconference on Thursday 1 September]

I just posted a new Prototype draft of the Printer MIB Multifunction Device
Alerts (MFD Alerts) specification at:

ftp://ftp.pwg.org/pub/pwg/pmp/wd/wd-pmpmfdalerts10-20110830.pdf / doc
- clean copy with line numbers and live table of contents

ftp://ftp.pwg.org/pub/pwg/pmp/wd/wd-pmpmfdalerts10-20110830-rev.pdf / doc
- redlines copy with line numbers and live table of contents

Note:  This draft is advanced to Prototype status because the intended
technical
content of this specification is now complete.

Comments?

Cheers,
- Ira

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Change History

Version of 30 August 2011 – Prototype

Status:  Changed status to Prototype, to reflect complete technical content.

Editorial:  Revised title of section 4 to “Printer Model Extensions” for
clarity.

Technical:  Added section 4.3 (OutputChannel) to complete the Printer model
extensions.

Technical:  Revised section 5.2 (MFD Subunit Alerts) to define specific
alerts
for Scanner, ScanMediaPath, and FaxModem subunits – the latter based on
IETF Modem MIB (RFC 1696) and ITU-T V.Series and T.Series specs.

Editorial:  Revised section 5.2 (MFD Subunit Alerts) to add note explaining
why
no OutputChannel-specific alerts are defined (no Channel alerts are defined
in
Printer MIB).

Editorial:  Revised section 5.3 (MFD Security Alerts) to move security alert

codes into the General Printer range (501-599).

Editorial:  Added section 5.4 (IPP printer-state-reasons) to define
equivalent
IPP keyword values for MFD alerts.

Editorial:  Revised section 9 (IANA Considerations) to complete IANA
registration
tables.

Editorial:  Added section 9.3 (IPP Attribute and Keyword Value
Registrations).

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