wep 800 dx
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● A dedicated, always-on HD video communication system
● An IP phone that provides essential features for knowledge workers
● A high-quality audio system for speakerphone
● A 23-inch 16:9 screen that provides an engaging experience for video calls
● A multitouch capacitive touchscreen that provides an elegant and powerful user interface
● A self-provisioning device that is simple for users to take out of the box and start using quickly
● Easy “One-Button-To-Push” (OBTP) calling that integrates with common calendaring programs
● Flexible registration models on-premises and in the cloud through Cisco Webex
● Ability for administrators to use Cisco Expressway™ Series for the secure connection of their remote workers
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Firmware options and features
The Cisco Webex DX80 and Cisco MX and SX Series all support the Collaboration Endpoint (CE) Software. CE software is configurable to register to Cisco Webex (in the cloud) and for both Cisco Hosted Collaboration Solution and on-premises deployments (registered to Cisco Unified Communications Manager, Cisco Video Communication Server, or even standalone with H.323). For the time being, the capabilities offered by these configurations do vary. Table 3 describes the capabilities common to both. Table 4 lists the additional on-premises features, and Table 5 lists the major differences when registered to Cisco Webex. Table 6 lists W-Fi features and specifications for Cisco Webex and on-premises registered endpoints.
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How-to configure WeP 800 DX in Linux
This isn’t exactly the straight forward method but then there isn’t one either.
I believe you are fortunate enough to have a dot matrix but unfortunate enough to own a Wep 800 DX (80 Column) dot matrix printer. Let me tell you, there is no *.ppd (printer driver) that works with this model. You can check the Linux Open Printing database, it lists all WeP models printer drivers as Paperweight (meaning, no support).
Hence the only way to stick to (linux && your_dot_matrix_printer) is to make use of virtualization: VMware shall answer your prayers.
Considering you have a dual boot system, you can use a tutorial written by Mohammad Azimi.
Let me summarise it for you, there are just 2 parts to it.
- Get Vmware on your Linux system
– you should get vmware up and running
– Create a new vmware virtual machine and guide it to use your existing partition /disk of windows installation. (Read the tutorial carefully, for you must know whether you have 2 disks with one of them running windows or just 1 disk running both windows and linux).
- Set up a new hardware profile,
-Booting into your physical windows partition and creating a new hardware profile for vmware
-Installing SCSI drivers (azimi provides the link to download them on the tutorial).
- Adding a parallel port to the virtual machine running your existing windows partition, which I will tell you how to at the end of this post.