Serverless pull printing is a function that enables execution of print jobs, which have been sent from the computer and stored in the MFP, by any MFP in a serverless pull printing group, which consists of multiple MFPs.
This function provides an association among multiple serverless pull printing groups, enabling you to print jobs stored in the MFP of another serverless pull printing group which this machine does not join.
Installing the serverless pull printing function provides the following benefits.
The size of the remaining print jobs can be reduced, thereby reducing printing costs and enhancing security.
No print server is required, which reduces equipment costs and administrator load.
Print jobs stored in a target MFP can be executed from another MFP, thereby enhancing operational efficiency.
Assign one of the following roles to each of the MFPs composing a serverless pull printing group as needed.
Used to associate multiple serverless pull printing groups with each other.
The topology machine sends information of the serverless pull printing group this machine joins to another serverless pull printing group and receives information from another serverless pull printing group while sharing information between serverless pull printing groups.
Used to save print jobs executed by the user, and to process the saved print jobs upon request from a client machine.
Used to perform operations (display, printing, or deletion of a file list) for print jobs saved in the storage machine.
To use this function, an option is required. For details on the required option, refer to Here.