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Linux iPrint Winsock 10060 errors

We have moved the iPrint service to a Novell Enterprise 9 (sp2) system.
We can install the printers perfectly on the internal network, but on the
external interface (Firewall Protected), we get a Winsock 10060 error. I
have set the firewall to pass ports 80, 443 and 631, but either I am not
setting the firewall correctly, or I am missing something else.

Anyone any ideas on this matter. We have tried this out on another server
at a different location, with se same result. When the server was a
Novell 6.5 system, everything was fine.

Regards,

ChasR.
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Linux iPrint Winsock 10060 errors

Sorted out the problem. In the Linux Firewall, I had 2 ports (21 & 631)
allowed to pass, or so I thought. I had 21,631 entered instead of 21 631
(space required instead of a comma). This solved the problem.

ChasR.


> We have moved the iPrint service to a Novell Enterprise 9 (sp2) system.
> We can install the printers perfectly on the internal network, but on

the
> external interface (Firewall Protected), we get a Winsock 10060 error.

I
> have set the firewall to pass ports 80, 443 and 631, but either I am

not
> setting the firewall correctly, or I am missing something else.
>
> Anyone any ideas on this matter. We have tried this out on another

server
> at a different location, with se same result. When the server was a
> Novell 6.5 system, everything was fine.
>
> Regards,
>
> ChasR.


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Re: Linux iPrint Winsock 10060 errors

On Wed, 04 Oct 2006 11:24:30 +0000, chas wrote:

> We have moved the iPrint service to a Novell Enterprise 9 (sp2) system.
> we get a Winsock 10060 error


I just wanted to say that I've always found it interesting to see Winsock
errors on platforms other than Windows (NetWare and now Linux).

No matter what you just can't get away from M$.

Joe
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