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iR C3200
Printer
CANON INC
28 Feb 2003
69313
Tested and Approved with the following Novell products:
NetWare 5.1 NetWare 6

Product Description
The Canon Color imageRUNNER C3200 brings to market a full-color, networkable multi-function device, with a print speed of 32 ppm in color and black and white that delivers high quality color output at a print resolution of 600 x 2400 dpi equivalent. Supporting PCL5c and PostScript 3 emulation, as well as UFR, which is Canon's own PDL offering ultra-fast rendering technology for Windows(R) environments, the Color imageRUNNER C3200 provides a comprehensive suite of enhanced printing functions for easy integration within workgroups. Equipped with tools for increased productivity including workflow management solutions, plus capabilities for manipulating hard copy and digital documents to capture, store and send information in color, the Color imageRUNNER C3200 serves as a central communication hub for the most demanding businesses.

Test Configuration
Product/Model/ReviR C3200/Rev. -
Application TypePrinter
NDPS GatewayNovell NDPS Gateway/CANON NDPS Gateway
Printer DriverCanon iR C3200 PCL5c
Printer InterfacesRJ-45
Token-Ring 4/16 STP
Token-Ring 4/16 UTP
Printer Memory768 MB
Printer TypeMultifunction Peripheral
Tested Printer ModesLPR/LPD
QServer-Mode
Remote (RP)
Tested Transport ProtocolIPX
SPX
TCP

Supported Configurations
Printer Resolution600 DPI
Printing Speed32 PPM

Configuration Note(s)
Print Driver Download Was Successfully Tested On Windows 2000
Print Driver Download Was Successfully Tested On Windows 9X
Print Driver Download Was Successfully Tested On Windows NT4
Print Driver Download Was Successfully Tested On Windows XP

The term Tested and Approved applies only to the exact configuration documented in this bulletin. For more information regarding the specific test configuration, please contact:

CANON INC
30-2,Shimomaruko 3-chome,Ohta-ku
Tokyo 146-8501
JAPAN
Website: www.canon.com
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