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Running a TRCCNN Trace for LAN Printing Problems

Troubleshooting


Problem

This document provides instructions for running connection trace (TRCCNN) for troubleshooting LAN printing issues.  LAN printing  includes remote output queues, *LAN 3812 and *IPDS device descriptions, including Infoprint Server. 

Resolving The Problem

How to Collect a Communications Trace for a TCP/IP Printer:
This video shows how to collect a communications trace for a TCP/IP LAN connected printer using the Trace Connection (TRCCNN) command.



Collecting a Connection Trace (TRCCNN) for an ASCII Printer such as a *LAN 3812 Device Description, Remote Output Queue, or PC5250 Printer Session:
It is very helpful to collect a network trace at the printer hardware level for intermittent connection issues or performance concerns.  The network trace will show when the printer receives data and when the printer responds.  The trace will also show if the printer is receiving information from another source, such as from a PC.  The network trace can be reviewed by your network team and merged with the IBM i connection trace for a complete picture.


For the network trace, if requested, use the following document for reference:
Instructions for Collecting a Wireshark PC Sniffer Trace: https://www.ibm.com/support/pages/node/636627

In addition to the trace data, the printer device description, output queue description, writer job log and other data is required.  The instructions include the collection steps.

  1. Before starting the trace, maximize the message logging level for the job(s):
    For remote output queues:  
           
    CHGJOBD JOBD(QSPLRMTW LOG(4 00 *SECLVL) LOGCLPGM(*YES)
    For *LAN 3812 printer devices and printer sessions:  
           CHGJOBD JOBD(QSPLPRTW LOG(4 00 *SECLVL) LOGCLPGM(*YES)
  2. End and restart the writer:
    To end and restart a remote writer:
           ENDWTR WTR(WriterName)
           STRRMTWTR OUTQ(LibraryName/RemoteOutputQueueName)
    To end and restart a *LAN writer:
           ENDWTR WTR(WriterName)
           STRPRTWTR DEV(WriterName)
    To restart a printer session:
           On the PC, disconnect and reconnect, or close and reopen the printer session.  This will end and restart the writer on the system.
  3. Start the connection trace:
    TRCCNN SET(*ON) TRCTYPE(*IP) TRCTBL(PrinterName) SIZE(160000) TCPDTA(*N () () *N 'xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx')
    **Where PrinterName is the name of the writer being traced and xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx is the IP address of the printer

    It is recommended that the Trace table name (TRCTBL) be set to the printer device or writer name, particularly if the trace will run over night or if the trace needs to ended from another display session or job.  If the default value of TRCTBL(*GEN) is used, the trace table name will be QTRCCNNxxxxxx where xxxxxx is the job number of the job that issued the TRCCNN command.

    Note: When collecting a TRCCNN trace for a *LAN 3812 SNMP printer device description, the trace will typically include frames over the TCP port specified in the Port number (PORT) parameter in the *LAN 3812 DEVD, as well as UDP port 161, which is used to communicate printer status information.
  4. Re-create the problem.
  5. End the trace:
    When ending the trace, there are two ways to format the data:
    a.  Stream file packet capture (.pcap)
    b.  Spooled file
    It is recommended to format the trace in stream file packet capture (.pcap).  Your network team, third party application, or printer hardware vendor can also review the trace in this format.

    To end the trace and format the output in .pcap format:
          NOTE:  Do not retrieve (F9=Retrieve) the previous TRCCNN command as it contains parameters that are not valid when ending the trace.
          Create a directory for the trace data:
                 CRTDIR DIR('/PrinterName')
          End the trace:
                 TRCCNN SET(*OFF) TRCTBL(PrinterName) OUTPUT(*STMF) TOSTMF('/PrinterName/PrinterName.pcap')                                                                   
    To end the trace and format the output in spooled file format:
          NOTE:  The OVRPRTF and DLTOVR commands are recommended to prevent the resulting spooled files from printing.
          OVRPRTF FILE(*PRTF) HOLD(*YES) OVRSCOPE(*JOB)
          TRCCNN SET(*OFF) TRCTBL(PrinterName) OUTPUT(*PRINT) CCSID(*ASCII)
          DLTOVR FILE(*PRTF) LVL(*JOB)

    Two spooled files named QPCSMPRT and QSYSPRT will be created.  The spooled file named QSYSPRT will have the User Data of TRCCNN.
  6. Send in the trace and other data:
    Collect the following additional information:
    a.  WRKOUTQD OUTQ(QUSRSYS/PrinterName) OUTPUT(*PRINT)
    b.  DSPDEVD DEVD(PrinterName) OUTPUT(*PRINT)
    c.  WRKJOB JOB(PrinterName)
             Note the active job number
             DSPJOBLOG JOB(nnnnnn/QSPLJOB/PrinterName) OUTPUT(*PRINT)
             **Where nnnnnn is the active writer job number
    d.  If the reported issue is with incorrect output, the spooled file attributes of the spooled file that printed when the trace was active:
            Select option 8=Attributes next to the spooled file and note the Job, User, Number, File Name and Number at the top, then issue:
             WRKSPLFA FILE(SpooledFileName) JOB(NNNNNN/User/JobName) SPLNBR(SSSS) OUTPUT(*PRINT)
             **Where NNNNNN is the job number and SSSS is the spooled file number
    d.  WRKPTFGRP then press F6=Print
    e.  DSPPTF OUTPUT(*PRINT)
     
    Use one of the following methods to send the data to IBM:
    Option 1:  Use MustGather tools (easiest):
    If QMGTOOLS library does not exist on the system, it can be obtained and installed using the following document:
    MustGather: How to obtain and Install QMGTOOLS and keep it current 

    To send the trace in .pcap format:
          ADDLIBLE LIB(QMGTOOLS)
          GO MG

          Select option 10. FTP data to IBM
          Specify FILE TYPE as *IFS
          Specify the Sales Force# (if present) as <YourCaseNumber>
          Page down and specify the IFS file as /PrinterName/PrinterName.pcap
          Press <ENTER>

    To send the trace in spooled file format and the other requested data:
          NOTE:  The instructions assume the trace and steps are being performed in the same job.
          ADDLIBLE LIB(QMGTOOLS)
          GO MG

          Select option 23. FTP spoolfile to IBM
          Specify Spool to search as *JOB and press <ENTER>
          Accept the default values for Job name, user and number and press <ENTER>
          Select option 1=Send to IBM next to the requested spooled files and press <ENTER> 

    -OR-

    Option 2:  Manually upload the data
    Use one of the methods described in MustGather: Instructions for Sending Data to IBM i Support.

  7. o The resulting QPCSMPRT and QSYSPRT spooled files can be found by using the Work with Job (WRKJOB) command and selecting Option 4 (Work with spooled files) or by using the following WRKJOB command with the Option (OPTION) parameter set to *SPLF:

    WRKJOB JOB(*) OPTION(*SPLF)

    After the QPCSMPRT and QSYSPRT spooled files have been found, they can be printed, faxed through Facsimile Support/400 (FAX/400), or converted to PDF format and e-mailed through Infoprint Server.

    o The resulting QPCSMPRT and QSYSPRT spooled files can be found within iSeries Navigator by going into the Basic Operations > Printer Output container and bringing up the Printer Output - Include dialog box. Set the User to same user profile used to collect the trace (or to Current user if you were signed on with your own user profile), set the User-specified data to TRCCNN, set everything else to All, and then click on the OK button.

    After the QPCSMPRT and QSYSPRT spooled files have been found, they can be copied to the PC by dragging them to the Microsoft® Windows® Desktop or to a folder within Windows Explorer.

    Note: To bring up the Printer Output - Include dialog box when using R520 iSeries Access for Windows, select View > Customize this View > Include... on the iSeries Navigator menu bar or press the F11 key. To bring up the Printer Output - Include dialog box when using R510 Client Access Express for Windows, select Options > Include... on the Operations Navigator menu bar. For more information, refer to the following document:
    Copying the Text from a Spooled File Using System i Navigator
  8. After the QPCSMPRT and QSYSPRT spooled files have been collected and sent in, clear the trace buffer by typing the following Trace Connection (TRCCNN) command:

    TRCCNN SET(*END) TRCTBL(trace-name)

    Press the Enter key.

TRCCNN for an IPDS Printer such as a *LAN *IPDS Device Description

To run a TRCCNN trace for an IPDS printer (*LAN *IPDS), do the following:

1 Use the End Writer (ENDWTR) command with the When to end writer (OPTION) parameter set to *IMMED to end the writer immediately. For example:

ENDWTR WTR(writer-name) OPTION(*IMMED)

When Press the Enter key.

Important: When the writer for a *LAN IPDS printer device description is started, Print Services Facility/400 (PSF/400) will open a connection to the network-attached IPDS printer and request details about the printer hardware, including the printer type and model, information about the available input trays and output bins, and information about the available AFP resources including fonts, overlays and page segments. This information can be crucial when diagnosing issues printing to IPDS printers, so it is recommended that the writer be ended prior to starting the TCP/IP communications trace, then restarted prior to reproducing the problem.
2 On the operating system command line, type the following Trace Connection (TRCCNN) command:

TRCCNN SET(*ON) TRCTYPE(*IP) TRCTBL(trace-name) SIZE(160000)
       TCPDTA(*N () () *N '1.1.1.1')

where trace-name is the name given to the trace and 1.1.1.1 is replaced with the TCP/IP address of the printer (in the Remote IP Address parameter).

Press the Enter key.
3 Use the Start Print Writer (STRPRTWTR) command to restart the writer for the IPDS printer device description. For example:

STRPRTWTR DEV(printer-device)

Press the Enter key.
4 Re-create the problem.
5 After the problem occurs, end and print the trace by using the Trace Connection (TRCCNN) command, for example:

OVRPRTF *PRTF HOLD(*YES) OVRSCOPE(*JOB)

TRCCNN SET(*OFF) TRCTBL(trace-name) CCSID(*EBCDIC)

DLTOVR FILE(*PRTF) LVL(*JOB)

This command will dump two spooled files, QPCSMPRT and QSYSPRT, for the job running the command. The User Data for both of these spooled files will be "TRCCNN".

Recommendation: The Override with Printer File (OVRPRTF) and Delete Override (DLTOVR) commands listed above are recommended to ensure that the resulting QPCSMPRT and QSYSPRT spooled files are created in HLD (Held) status, so they will not accidentally be printed on your default printer.

Note: The Coded character set identifier (CCSID) parameter defaults to *EBCDIC for operating system V5R2 and above, so ensure it is changed to *ASCII when tracing an ASCII printer. The CCSID parameter is not available in operating system V5R1 and therefore will only show the trace data in EBCDIC.
6 Use one of the following options to find and send in both spooled files:
 
o The resulting QPCSMPRT and QSYSPRT spooled files can be found by using the Work with Job (WRKJOB) command and selecting Option 4 (Work with spooled files) or by using the following WRKJOB command with the Option (OPTION) parameter set to *SPLF:

WRKJOB JOB(*) OPTION(*SPLF)

After the QPCSMPRT and QSYSPRT spooled files have been found, they can be printed, faxed through Facsimile Support/400 (FAX/400), or converted to PDF format and e-mailed through Infoprint Server.
o The resulting QPCSMPRT and QSYSPRT spooled files can be found within iSeries Navigator by going into the Basic Operations > Printer Output container and bringing up the Printer Output - Include dialog box. Set the User to same user profile used to collect the trace (or to Current user if you were signed on with your own user profile), set the User-specified data to TRCCNN, set everything else to All, and then click on the OK button.

After the QPCSMPRT and QSYSPRT spooled files have been found, they can be copied to the PC by dragging them to the Windows Desktop or to a folder within Windows Explorer.

Note: To bring up the Printer Output - Include dialog box when using R520 iSeries Access for Windows, select View > Customize this View > Include... on the iSeries Navigator menu bar or press the F11 key. To bring up the Printer Output - Include dialog box when using R510 Client Access Express for Windows, select Options > Include... on the Operations Navigator menu bar. For more information, refer to the following document:
Copying the Text from a Spooled File Using System i Navigator
7 To clear the trace buffer, type the following Trace Connection (TRCCNN) command:

TRCCNN SET(*END)  TRCTBL(trace-name)

Press the Enter key.

TRCCNN for an Infoprint Server Device Description

To run a TRCCNN for an Infoprint Server (*LAN *IPDS) device, do the following:

1 On the operating system command line, type the following:

TRCCNN SET(*ON) TRCTYPE(*IP) TRCTBL(trace-name) SIZE(160000) TCPDTA(*N (local-port) () '127.0.0.1' '127.0.0.1')

where trace-name is the name given to the trace, the Local Port local-port is replaced with the Port number in the device description, and the Local and Remote IP address parameters are set to the loopback address.

Press the Enter key.
2 Re-create the problem.
3 After the problem occurs, end and print the trace by using the Trace Connection (TRCCNN) command, for example:

OVRPRTF *PRTF HOLD(*YES) OVRSCOPE(*JOB)

TRCCNN SET(*OFF) TRCTBL(trace-name) CCSID(*EBCDIC)

DLTOVR FILE(*PRTF) LVL(*JOB)

This command will dump two spooled files, QPCSMPRT and QSYSPRT, for the job running the command. The User Data for both of these spooled files will be "TRCCNN".

Recommendation: The Override with Printer File (OVRPRTF) and Delete Override (DLTOVR) commands listed above are recommended to ensure that the resulting QPCSMPRT and QSYSPRT spooled files are created in HLD (Held) status, so they will not accidentally be printed on your default printer.

Note: The Coded character set identifier (CCSID) parameter defaults to *EBCDIC for operating system V5R2 and above, so ensure it is changed to *ASCII when tracing an ASCII printer. The CCSID parameter is not available in operating system V5R1 and therefore will only show the trace data in EBCDIC.
4 Use one of the following options to find and send in both spooled files:
 
o The resulting QPCSMPRT and QSYSPRT spooled files can be found by using the Work with Job (WRKJOB) command and selecting Option 4 (Work with spooled files) or by using the following WRKJOB command with the Option (OPTION) parameter set to *SPLF:

WRKJOB JOB(*) OPTION(*SPLF)

After the QPCSMPRT and QSYSPRT spooled files have been found, they can be printed, faxed through Facsimile Support/400 (FAX/400), or converted to PDF format and e-mailed through Infoprint Server.
o The resulting QPCSMPRT and QSYSPRT spooled files can be found within iSeries Navigator by going into the Basic Operations > Printer Output container and bringing up the Printer Output - Include dialog box. Set the User to same user profile used to collect the trace (or to Current user if you were signed on with your own user profile), set the User-specified data to TRCCNN, set everything else to All, and then click on the OK button.

After the QPCSMPRT and QSYSPRT spooled files have been found, they can be copied to the PC by dragging them to the Windows Desktop or to a folder within Windows Explorer.

Note: To bring up the Printer Output - Include dialog box when using R520 iSeries Access for Windows, select View > Customize this View > Include... on the iSeries Navigator menu bar or press the F11 key. To bring up the Printer Output - Include dialog box when using R510 Client Access Express for Windows, select Options > Include... on the Operations Navigator menu bar. For more information, refer to the following document:
Copying the Text from a Spooled File Using System i Navigator
5 To clear the trace buffer, type the following Trace Connection (TRCCNN) command:

TRCCNN SET(*END)  TRCTBL(trace-name)

Press the Enter key.

TRCCNN for Infoprint Designer or iSeries Access for Windows Communications Problems

To run a TRCCNN for communication problems between a PC and the System i when using Infoprint Designer or iSeries Access for Windows, do the following:

1 On the operating system command line, type the following:

WRKLIND

Press the Enter key. Determine the name of the Ethernet or Token Ring line description. This name will be used in Step 3. Press F3 to exit to the command line.
2 Determine the TCP/IP address of the PC. Go to the DOS prompt on the PC that has the Infoprint Designer product. For Microsoft Windows NT, Windows 2000, and Windows XP, type IPCONFIG. For Windows 95/98, type WINIPCFG. The TCP/IP address will be displayed.
3 On the operating system command line, type the following:

TRCCNN SET(*ON) TRCTYPE(*IP) TRCTBL(trace-name) SIZE(160000) TCPDTA(*N () () *N '1.1.1.1' ETHLINE)

where trace-name is the name given to the trace, 1.1.1.1 is replaced with the TCP/IP address of the PC (in the Remote IP address parameter), and ETHLINE is replaced with the name of the line description.

Press the Enter key.
4 Re-create the problem.
5 After the problem occurs, end and print the trace by using the Trace Connection (TRCCNN) command, for example:

OVRPRTF *PRTF HOLD(*YES) OVRSCOPE(*JOB)

TRCCNN SET(*OFF) TRCTBL(trace-name) CCSID(*ASCII)

DLTOVR FILE(*PRTF) LVL(*JOB)

This command will dump two spooled files, QPCSMPRT and QSYSPRT, for the job running the command. The User Data for both of these spooled files will be "TRCCNN".

Recommendation: The Override with Printer File (OVRPRTF) and Delete Override (DLTOVR) commands listed above are recommended to ensure that the resulting QPCSMPRT and QSYSPRT spooled files are created in HLD (Held) status, so they will not accidentally be printed on your default printer.

Note: The Coded character set identifier (CCSID) parameter defaults to *EBCDIC for operating system V5R2 and above, so ensure it is changed to *ASCII when tracing an ASCII printer. The CCSID parameter is not available in operating system V5R1 and therefore will only show the trace data in EBCDIC.
6 Use one of the following options to find and send in both spooled files:
 
o The resulting QPCSMPRT and QSYSPRT spooled files can be found by using the Work with Job (WRKJOB) command and selecting Option 4 (Work with spooled files) or by using the following WRKJOB command with the Option (OPTION) parameter set to *SPLF:

WRKJOB JOB(*) OPTION(*SPLF)

After the QPCSMPRT and QSYSPRT spooled files have been found, they can be printed, faxed through Facsimile Support/400 (FAX/400), or converted to PDF format and e-mailed through Infoprint Server.
o The resulting QPCSMPRT and QSYSPRT spooled files can be found within iSeries Navigator by going into the Basic Operations > Printer Output container and bringing up the Printer Output - Include dialog box. Set the User to same user profile used to collect the trace (or to Current user if you were signed on with your own user profile), set the User-specified data to TRCCNN, set everything else to All, and then click on the OK button.

After the QPCSMPRT and QSYSPRT spooled files have been found, they can be copied to the PC by dragging them to the Windows Desktop or to a folder within Windows Explorer.

Note: To bring up the Printer Output - Include dialog box when using R520 iSeries Access for Windows, select View > Customize this View > Include... on the iSeries Navigator menu bar or press the F11 key. To bring up the Printer Output - Include dialog box when using R510 Client Access Express for Windows, select Options > Include... on the Operations Navigator menu bar. For more information, refer to the following document:
Copying the Text from a Spooled File Using System i Navigator
7 To clear the trace buffer, type the following Trace Connection (TRCCNN) command:

TRCCNN SET(*END)  TRCTBL(trace-name)

Press the Enter key.

Information Concerning the Watch for Message (WCHMSG) Parameter

The Watch for message (WCHMSG) parameter can be used to automatically end the TRCCNN trace as soon as one of up to five message identifiers have been added to a particular message queue. When any one of the five messages are added to the specified message queue or log, the trace exit program is called. If no trace exit program is defined, the trace stops immediately. This can be particularly useful when tracing a communications problems where a specific message is issued at the time of the failure.

If the WCHMSG parameter is set to a value other than *NONE, you must also set the Watched message queue (WCHMSGQ) parameter to specify the message queue to watch for the message. This can be set to *SYSOPR to watch for messages that are added to the QSYSOPR message queue, *JOBLOG to watch for messages added to the job logs of the jobs specified for the Watched job (WCHJOB) parameter, *HSTLOG to watch for messages that are added to the History Log (the QHST message queue in library QSYS), or you can watch for messages that are added to a specific message queue. In the case of tracing print data sent through a printer writer or a remote writer, it is probably best to use WCHMSGQ(*JOBLOG) and specify the writer job on the WCHJOB parameter.

This is useful to have a TRCCNN trace end as soon as certain messages are issued to the QSYSOPR message queue in library QSYS, the system History Log (the QHST message in library QSYS), or to the job log of the jobs specified in the Watched job (WCHJOB) parameter.


Watching for Specific Messages Sent to the Writer Job Log

In the case of a writer job, you could have the trace watch for certain messages being issued to the writer job log. This can be done by specifying up to five message IDs in the WCHMSG parameter of the TRCCNN command, setting the Watched message queue (WCHMSGQ) parameter to *JOBLOG, and setting the Watched job (WCHJOB) parameter to monitor one or more writer jobs.

For example, to trace a specific IP address and to watch for specific messages sent to the job log for a specific writer job, you can set the Watch for message (WCHMSG) parameter to the list of message IDs, set the Watched message queue (WCHMSGQ) parameter to *JOBLOG, and set the Watched job (WCHJOB) parameter to specify the writer job name with the job user set to QSPLJOB and the job number set to *ALL. For example:

TRCCNN SET(*ON) TRCTYPE(*IP) SIZE(160000)
       TCPDTA(*N () () '192.168.20.11')
       WCHMSG((msgid_1) (msgid_2) (msgid_3))
       WCHMSGQ((*JOBLOG))WCHJOB((*ALL/QSPLJOB/PRT05))

It is probably best to first look through the writer job log to see which error messages were issued the last time the failure occurred and then setup a TRCCNN trace to watch for those messages. Or if failure causes the writer to end then you could watch for the following message ID which is used to indicate the end of any job:

MSGCPF1164: Job &3/&2/&1 ended on &5 at &4; &6 seconds used; end code &8 &13.

Otherwise, below are some example error messages than are sometimes seen when having issues printing through a *LAN 3812 PJL, SNMP and IPP device description, a *LAN IPDS device description, a Remote Output Queue (RMTOUTQ), or a *LAN 3812 device description that uses the LPR Print Driver (TSPLPRD) utility.


Example Message IDs to Watch for *LAN 3812 PJL, SNMP and IPP DEVDs

When diagnosing issues with a *LAN 3812 device description that uses the PJL, SNMP or IPP protocols, it may be useful to watch for certain message IDs, such as the following:

MSGCPD337C: The session with device &1 ended abnormally.

MSGCPI404F: Problem with device &1.

MSGCPD337F: Remote device rejected an attempt by the writer to open a connection.

MSGCPD337A: An error occurred while printing on device &1.


Example Message IDs to Watch for *LAN IPDS DEVDs

When diagnosing issues with a *LAN IPDS device description, it may be useful to watch for other certain message IDs, such as the following:

MSGPQT3311: Program font table does not match font table in device &9.

MSGPQT3621: The session with device &8 ended abnormally.

MSGPQT3603: Connection with device &8 cannot be established.

MSGPQT3625: Connection with device &8 is being retried.

MSGPQT3630: Device &8 returned negative acknowledgment with sense data.

MSGPQT3661: Image Specification Check exception at printer &8.

MSGPQT3665: Bar Code Specification Check exception at printer &8.

MSGPQT3675: Data stream exception at printer &8.

MSGTCP3427: Remote host system rejected the open attempt.


Example Message IDs to Watch for RMTOUTQs and *LAN 3812 TSPLPRD DEVDs

When diagnosing issues with a Remote Output Queue (RMTOUTQ), or *LAN 3812 device description that uses the LPR Print Driver (TSPLPRD) utility, it may be useful to watch for other certain message IDs, such as the following:

MSGTCP3701: Send request failed for spooled file &1.

MSGTCP342F: Remote host system closed connection unexpectedly.

MSGCPF3437: Writer &1 stopped writing file &4 at record &9.


Formatting the TRCCNN Trace for ASCII

If you or your IBM i Support Rep need the trace formatted for ASCII, which would typically be need for RMTOUTQs or for any type of *LAN device description other than *LAN IPDS device descriptions, you can use the following Change Command Default (CHGCMDDFT) command on the Trace Connection (TRCCNN) command to have the Coded character set identifier (CCSID) parameter default to *ASCII instead of *EBCDIC:

CHGCMDDFT CMD(QSYS/TRCCNN) NEWDFT('CCSID(*ASCII)')

Once the problem has been reproduced and the TRCCNN trace has been collected, use the following CHGCMDDFT command on the TRCCNN command to reset the CCSID parameter back to the default value of *EBCDIC:

CHGCMDDFT CMD(QSYS/TRCCNN) NEWDFT('CCSID(*EBCDIC)')

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26 January 2021

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