Two standard networking computer protocols are LPR and RAW. Both LPR and RAW protocols are involved in network printing. The LPR protocol is a condensed term for Line Printer Remote protocol. The LPR protocol is identified as RFP 1179, while the RAW protocol is identified as Port 9100. The LPR protocol requires LPD, or Live Printer Daemon to function, while RAW protocol designs a data type with the same name to perform a print job.
The RAW protocol sends the data without additional processing. LPR is the most common computer protocol and is often used in Windows OS and other computer platforms. LPR protocol is more flexible and universal compared to the RAW protocol.
People who are familiar with network protocols will know that these two are used for network printing. Network protocol means that it will allow different computers to print with one printer. This process will not require the use of any cable.
LPR means Line Printer Remote and it will allow both computers and printers to work well together. RAW is a type of computer programming language. This is in charge of making sure that the codes and language will be translated so that the printer will be able to read the information and print the needed information properly. If it does not print, there may be something wrong with RAW.
LPR and RAW are both network protocols, used in network printing. The term network printing refers to printing to one printer from multiple computers and devices, without the need for cables. This is done by connecting the printer and computers to the same network. LPR stands for Line Printer Remote.
This protocol allows computers and printers to work together in a network, by using LPD, which is line printer daemon, and TCP/IP connection (transmission control protocol/Internet protocol). The RAW protocol is a computer programming language. It allows documents to be translated before they are sent to the printer. The printer interprets the RAW protocol and translates it before it prints.