hp-probe: Printer Discovery Utility (ver. 4.1)

Discover HPLIP supported USB, parallel, and network attached printers.

Usage: hp-probe [OPTIONS]


Bus to probe: -b<bus> or --bus=<bus>
  <bus>: cups, usb*, net, bt, fw, par (*default) (Note: bt and fw not supported in this release.)
Set Time to Live (TTL): -t<ttl> or --ttl=<ttl> (Default is 4).
Set timeout: -o<timeout in secs.> or --timeout=<timeout is secs.>
Filter by functionality: -e<filter list> or --filter=<filter list>
  <filter list>: comma separated list of one or more of: scan, pcard, fax, copy, or none*. (*none is the default)
Search: -s<search re> or --search=<search re>
  <search re> must be a valid regular expression (not case sensitive)
Network discovery method: -m<method> or --method=<method>: <method> is 'slp'* or 'mdns'.
Set the logging level: -l<level> or --logging=<level>
  <level>: none, info*, error, warn, debug (*default)
Run in debug mode: -g (same as option: -ldebug)
This help information: -h or --help


Find all devices on the network: hp-probe -bnet
Find all devices on USB that support scanning: hp-probe -busb -escan
Find all networked devices that contain the name 'lnx' and that support photo cards or scanning: hp-probe -bnet -slnx -escan,pcard
Find all devices that have queues installed in CUPS: hp-probe -bcups
Find all devices on the USB bus: hp-probe