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iPrint on Netware 6.5

I have installed iPrint in a clustered environment. I have installed one
printer on one of my managers via iManager2.02. It appears fine in
iManager, but when I go to manually install I get an invalid network address
error. My servers are behind a firewall, I can install the printer fine on
an admin machine behind the firewall, but not on one in front of it. I have
had my firewall engineer make sure these servers have the same rule set as
our Netware5.1 print cluster did. Am I missing some ports that should be
unblocked? Thanks for any help in advance.
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Re: iPrint on Netware 6.5

If you're using iPrint (rather that straight NDPS) you will need to open 631/tcp which is ipp.

>>> Gene Morse<Gene_Morse@ncsu.edu> 11/2/2004 8:43:12 AM >>>

I have installed iPrint in a clustered environment. I have installed one
printer on one of my managers via iManager2.02. It appears fine in
iManager, but when I go to manually install I get an invalid network address
error. My servers are behind a firewall, I can install the printer fine on
an admin machine behind the firewall, but not on one in front of it. I have
had my firewall engineer make sure these servers have the same rule set as
our Netware5.1 print cluster did. Am I missing some ports that should be
unblocked? Thanks for any help in advance.


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