When TCP/IP is used as the network protocol, you can also use the "ftp" command for printing.
Go to the command prompt.
If the computer is running under Windows XP/Vista/7 or Windows Server 2003/2003 R2/2008/2008 R2, click [Accessories] from [All Programs] on the [Start] menu, and then click [Command Prompt].
Enter the "ftp" command.
Substitute "IPaddress" with the IP address of the printer to which you want to send the TIFF or CALS file.
The "ftp" command starts, prompting you to enter a user name.
Enter any string as the user name, and then press the [Enter] key.
The prompt for password entry appears.
Press the [Enter] key.
Password entry is not mandatory.
The "ftp" prompt appears.
Enter "bin", and then make the settings to send a TIFF file in binary mode.
In order to print the TIFF or CALS file properly, you need to change the transfer mode to "binary".
Enter the subcommand to transfer the file you want to print at the "ftp" prompt.
ftp> put tiff-filename
Substitute "tiff-filename" with the name of the TIFF or CALS file you want to print.
The RTIFF Menu configured on the machine can be temporarily changed for printing by adding printing options to the "put" subcommand.
ftp> put tiff-filename filetype=RTF,copies=3,center
To exit "ftp", enter "bye" at the "ftp" prompt.