Re: IPP> DIR

Frode Hernes <frode.hernes@maxware.telemax.no> Fri, 23 May 1997 13:19 UTC

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From: Frode Hernes <frode.hernes@maxware.telemax.no>
To: "(Yasunari Kitagaki)" <kita@mol.minolta.co.jp>, Receipt notification requested <ipp@pwg.org>
Subject: Re: IPP> DIR
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Hi,
> >
> >Using Windows, I trust that applications register the URIs they can handle,
> >Netscap register ftp:// and http://, our Directory Browser register LDAP://
> >etc. 
> >I would like my Internet Printing application to register IPP:// so that
> >Windows can hand it all print jobs.
> >
> First I address the proxy/firewall problem. Most current proxy/firewall
> have no knowlege of the "IPP" sheme. 
>  To print over firewall, "ipp://" not practical.
> 
It should be easy to enable another protocol through the firewall (using another port), an 
intelligent firewall may descide to block printing anyhow, because the actual protocol used 
is ipp, not http. If the ipp protocol is as successful as I expect it to be, most firewalls will come 
pre-configured to handle this anyway.

Frode.

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