[TriLUG] cups and IPP: yet another question
gregbrown at mindspring.com
Tue Sep 14 13:06:06 EDT 2004
I've read.. I've googled, etc, etc.
I want to be able to print to my server, which is running cups, from
other cups clients. I have a LaserJet 1200 attached to the server
(running RH 9 now, soon to be CentOS) via a USB cable. I can print to
the printer from the CUPS admin page (http://127.0.0.1:631) using
"print test page".
Before I did anything I changed my IP Tables to allow incoming requests
My CUPS print queue name is "LinuxJet". I have made the following
changes to /etc/cups/cupsd.conf:
(per a page I found google-ing):
# Listen 127.0.0.1:80
# Listen 192.168.15.50:80
Deny From All
Allow From 127.0.0.1, 192.168.15.0/24
Still, when I try to print from a remote CUPS system I get the
(on the client side):
You don't have permission to access the resource on this server.
(on the server side - after kicking up the log level to debug)
D [14/Sep/2004:12:55:53 -0400] AcceptClient() 4 from
D [14/Sep/2004:12:55:54 -0400] ReadClient() 4 GET
D [14/Sep/2004:12:55:54 -0400] SendError() 4 code=403
D [14/Sep/2004:12:56:25 -0400] CloseClient() 4
Based on this I can see that the two systems are communicating - if the
two were not communicating in some way then I would have no debug
information on the server. So, where am I going wrong? The client
side is a Mac OS 10.2.x machine and I have the remote printer set up as
ipp://192.168.15.50/printers/LinuxJet. The queue type is "RAW" (per
another google page).
Does anyone have a working cupsd.conf file that accepts IPP requests
from the network that I can diff against mine?
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