Error when printing to remote printer
Marcelo Magno T. Sales
mmtsales at gmail.com
Sun Sep 27 05:10:37 UTC 2009
Em Domingo 27 Setembro 2009, Steve Reilly escreveu:
> Marcelo Magno T. Sales wrote:
> > Hello all,
> > I have two machines running Kubuntu 9.04 and there is a Lexmark
> > E230 laser printer attached to one of them. The printer
> > automatically becomes available at the second machine, as expected.
> > However, I can not print from it.
> > The job stays indefinitely "waiting" and the cups server on the
> > machine on which the printer is locally attached has error logs
> > like this:
> > E [27/Sep/2009:01:07:02 -0300] CUPS-Add-Modify-Printer:
> > Unauthorized E [27/Sep/2009:01:22:18 -0300] encrypt_client: Unable
> > to encrypt connection from 192.168.0.1!
> > E [27/Sep/2009:01:22:18 -0300] encrypt_client: A TLS fatal alert
> > has been received.
> > What am I missing?
> > Thanks,
> > Marcelo
> go here https://localhost:631/admin?op=config-server
> on the computer running cups and make sure your config file says the
> Allow from all
> <Location />
> # Allow shared printing and remote administration...
> Order allow,deny
> Allow all
It is already like you described, but no deal.
I have noticed that the URI for the auto-configured network printer is
like ipp://w.x.y.z:631/printers/... and for some reason this is not
If I manually configure a network printer and use the same URI but
omitting the port (like ipp://w.x.y.z/printers/...) then it works.
However, this is a poor workaround for me, because the IP address of the
machine where the printer is attached is dynamically configured and
every now and then it changes, so my manually configured printer stops
working. Besides, the auto-configured printer is still listed and not
working, which confounds users.
Any other idea?
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