Re: Cups not advertising printers

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On Sat, 2010-04-03 at 10:19 -0400, Bill Davidsen wrote:
> I'm installing a new print server, and it's not serving. I've configured the 
> printer, it works locally, but even though I checked "share" the ipp packets are 
> only sent locally. My existing servers are on FC6, and work fine (private net) 
> but the administrative tools for FC12 are totally different.
> 
> Interestingly, when I try to add a printer, the client doesn't show any network 
> printers and when I try to explicitly look on the server I get a message:
>    It is not possible to get a list of queues from `ps3.tmr.com'
> 
>    Obtaining a list of queues is a CUPS extension to IPP. Network
>    printers do not support it.
> 
> Firewall is open, sharing enabled, what "security enhancement" do I have to 
> disable this time?
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other than a firewall, there's nothing that would prevent cups server
from advertising shared printers except cups configuration itself.

is cups listening? on what ip addresses? 
netstat -an|grep 631

Craig


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