[WIMS] Printer MIB MFD Alerts - Prototype draft (3 February 2012)

[WIMS] Printer MIB MFD Alerts - Prototype draft (3 February 2012)

[WIMS] Printer MIB MFD Alerts - Prototype draft (3 February 2012)

Ira McDonald blueroofmusic at gmail.com
Fri Feb 3 21:59:55 UTC 2012


Hi folks,

[For brief review at next week's PWG F2F during WIMS WG session]


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

ftp://ftp.pwg.org/pub/pwg/pmp/wd/wd-pmpmfdalerts10-20120203.pdf / doc
- clean copy with line numbers and live table of contents

ftp://ftp.pwg.org/pub/pwg/pmp/wd/wd-pmpmfdalerts10-20120203-rev.pdf / doc
- redlines copy with line numbers and live table of contents

Note:  This version is technically complete and suitable for prototype
efforts
and PWG members are encouraged to create prototypes - at least one SNMP
based prototype is required to advance this document into PWG Last Call
and PWG Formal Vote, per PWG Process/3.0 - thanks!

Comments?

Cheers,
- Ira

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Change History for version of 3 February 2012 – Prototype

Status:  Kept status at Prototype.

Editorial:  Revised Abstract to mention Printer extension alerts for Input,
Output,
and MediaPath subunits, analogous to new MFD alerts, per December F2F
discussion.

Technical:  Corrected numeric values of scanMediaPathFailure and
scanMediaPathJam to align with values of mediaPathFailure and mediaPathJam
in Table 2, for consistency.

Editorial:  Revised section 3.4 to add design requirement for Printer alert
extensions
to Input, Output, and MediaPath subunits, per December F2F discussion.

Editorial:  Revised Table 3 in section 5.3 and tables in sections 9.2 and
9.3 to align
w/ Table 2 in section 5.3, per reviews by IPP WG on 10/31/11 and WIMS WG on
11/10/11.

Editorial:  Revised titles of sections 5 and 5.2 to clarify that the
Printer extension
alerts are also defined here, per December F2F discussion.

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