Re: How do I get cups to monitor on port 721?
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- Subject: Re: How do I get cups to monitor on port 721?
- From: Ralph Katz <email@example.com>
- Date: Tue, 06 Jun 2006 09:57:56 -0400
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On 06/06/2006 08:50 AM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> How do I get cups to monitor on port 721?
> I am trying to get a remote connection from IBM/VM that says it needs port 721 to print to connect to my Debian Linu$
> I have added the following lines (in various combinations) to my /etc/cupts/cups.conf file.
> #Listen 184.108.40.206:721
> #Listen 127.0.0.1:721
> Port 721
> BrowsePort 721
> along with and sometimes not the following:
> Port 631
> I do an nmap -sS -O -F <cups printer server IP>
> and NEVER have it see port 721 open!
> How do I make my CUPS printer server to 'listen' on port 721 for print request?
> OR what do I need to have done to the IBM machine?
Perhaps you have a firewall blocking that port? Happened to me with
port 631... it's easy to forget.