From: Steven <email@example.com>
Date: Wed, 28 Sep 2011 22:24:43 +0200
> Check your /etc/cupsd.conf file, there should be a line somewhere near
> the top that reads "BrowseRemoteProtocols CUPS" or similar, this is a
> list of 'protocols' cups offers to its clients, perhaps you need to add
> the option lpd and/or lpr (documentation I briefly looked at doesn't
> mention lpr, only lpd).
There is also a BrowseLocalProtocols. How do you interpret Local and
Remote here? Local is the machine where cups runs while Remote is
everything else? In any case I made this.
BrowseRemoteProtocols CUPS dnssd lpd lpr
BrowseLocalProtocols CUPS dnssd lpd lpr
Also "DefaultAuthType None" for now.
Also added "Listen 172.24.1.1:515".
Now the client reports this.
Desktops.PrintDoc HPLaserJet1100@172.24.1.1 file:Blah.html Ok
LPR: HPLaserJet1100@172.24.1.1 sending 255 receive print job failed
Appears that the Listen directive allowed the connection. That's progress.
Now this appears in cupsserver:/var/log/cups/error_log.
D [28/Sep/2011:15:16:35 -0700] cupsdAcceptClient: 13 from 172.24.1.2:515 (IPv4)
E [28/Sep/2011:15:16:35 -0700] Unable to encrypt connection from 172.24.1.2 - A record packet with illegal version was received.
D [28/Sep/2011:15:16:35 -0700] cupsdCloseClient: 13
Encrypt connection? Bug #635096? What is the 13 here?
Enough for now. Thanks for the feedback, ... Peter E.
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