[CentOS] File & Print Server Connection

Wed Jul 5 02:45:23 UTC 2006
Administrator One <admin1 at gps1.us>

Barry L. Kline wrote:

>Administrator One wrote:
>>I have installed CentOS 4.3 final and have configured it for file and
>>print server. File server appears to function correctly in the windows
>>environment but the print server mode is not functioning properly.
>>The printer is an HP laserjet 4P and is stalled and functioning for
>>print services from the CENT Platform. Although it is set for sharing
>>and while its icon is shown in the windows environment the call up
>>requires the driver dialog to appear and selection of the driver and its
>>installation goes fine, However, while the drivers are installed and the
>>HP is shown on the Cent platform thedisplay says, "hp on Global-50
>>Access denied, unable to connect". I have no idea where to go to make
>>this connection. Please advise any one.
>Check your CUPS configuration.  Evidentally you haven't allowed access
>to other machines on your network.  Either that or you have a firewall
>configured on your CentOS box and haven't given access to the IPP
>printing port.
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I have no firewall on any systems except the standalone gateway. The 
printer is configured on the local machine (Cent) and set for sharing 
and permission is granted for all. The test page was printed using CUPS 
v1.1.x and the networked module has been invoked. Now on the windows 
machine the dialog continues to state "hp on Global-50 Access denied, 
unable to connect"
Please advise a correct configuration that will permit the local printer 
on the Cent platform to permit print services to the windows connected  

Casey R