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Does iPrint support print from internet ?

Hi All
I have a POC , and want make place iprint appliance on Public Cloud. I had set DNS Record and open https(443), IPP(631) for iPrint Appliance..
But then I try print testingpage.html from my mobile device...it seem unable connect iprint appliance.
I do not know whether ipp protocal could support print over internet, and which ports that I need open more ?

thanks!!


wyldkao
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wyldkao;2344336 wrote:
Hi All
I have a POC , and want make place iprint appliance on Public Cloud. I had set DNS Record and open https(443), IPP(631) for iPrint Appliance..
But then I try print testingpage.html from my mobile device...it seem unable connect iprint appliance.
I do not know whether ipp protocal could support print over internet, and which ports that I need open more ?

thanks!!


wyldkao


I don't see why it wouldn't work... Here is a list of ports needed: https://www.novell.com/documentation/iprint-appliance1/iprint_appliance/data/firewall.html

Thomas
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HI Thomas
I had see the setting from iprint appliance document (section 7.7.1),and testing again completed.
Yes,iprint could support print job from mobile device which on internet.
just open 80/443 and 631 port. (at previous testing, I did not open 80 port.)

wyldkao
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