Fedora 10 and cups remote printing failures

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Everyone,

I have had an FC10 install on my personal desktop replacing an FC7
system on the same 64x computer.

Cups printing with 3 separate networks worked perfectly with Fc7, but I
am unable to print to one of the remote networks.

I have cups managing the print functions for three separate networks. My
Desktop is behind the network described below as Local.  Local printing
and printing to Remote B works perfectly.  I am unable to print to
Remote A although lpstat -a produces the following data :


Local    lpt0 accepting requests since Tue 23 Dec 
Remote A [email protected] accepting requests since Tue 23 
Remote A [email protected] accepting requests since Tue 23  
Remote A [email protected] accepting requests since Tue 23 
Remote B lpt3 accepting requests since Tue 23 Dec 
Remote A [email protected] accepting requests since Tue 23
Remote A [email protected] accepting requests since Tue 23
Remote B lpt6 accepting requests since Tue 23 
Remote A [email protected] accepting requests since Tue 23
Remote A [email protected] accepting requests since Tue 23

The local network is served by a Centos 5.2 os and cups 1.2.4
Remote A network is served by a Centos 5.2 os and cups 1.2.4
Remote B network is served by a Fedora 5 os and cups 1.2.8

My Desktop Fc10 uses cups 1.3.9 and i have the /etc/cups/client.conf
file pointing to my local print server with :
ServerName Mail.Local.net

The cups servers have not changed, and worked with Fc7.  now it appears
when the printer name is appeneded with the name of the cups server my
desktop Fc10 unit identifies the printer but I can not print anything to
it.  In particular evolution lists all of the above printers but when
one with the @DeGw.Domain.com is picked the print tab is not
highlighted and therefore I can not print.  If one of the other printers
is used either Remote B or Local it works fine.

All updates on all print servers are in place.  Obviously there is
nothing to update with the FC5 unit, but it is working with Fc10.  All
updates are in place on the Fc10  unit.

Any ideas?

Greg Ennis


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