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CUPS and network security
Authored by: robg on Dec 01, '03 01:07:09PM

When I tested this with my (completely stock) 10.3 install on my desktop Mac, my laptop could see the desktop machine's CUPS page -- I could see a list of every job that I'd printed right there on my laptop.

Once I made the change and removed LOCAL, then the laptop could no longer see the machine.

So I'm not sure I know exactly what you're saying, but the way my stock CUPS install works, anyone on the local network can see the CUPS page for any other local machine via http://that.machine.ip:631

-rob.



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Location directive
Authored by: hayne on Dec 01, '03 04:14:18PM
This may be something that has changed between Jaguar and Panther. My stock cupsd.conf file on Jaguar has the following:
<Location />
Order Deny,Allow
Deny From All
Allow From 127.0.0.1
</Location>
I.e. there is no access from the local network. This may also be one of the things that gets preserved if you do an "upgrade" install.

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Location directive
Authored by: robg on Dec 01, '03 06:44:30PM

Probably true -- all of my machines get clean installs on major dot upgrades. Much more of a pain in the butt, obviously, but generally worth it to make sure I see everything that a "new" install would get.

-rob.



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