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We are moving more and more from Citrix, to working on the laptop. A lot of out users are used to "printing" there documents for the next day, so when comming into the office, they just walk to the printer, present there RFID-tag, and presto.
We use Papercut, and in the new setup, users should be able to access our Papercut server on port 9163 / 9164 TCP. (Windows / Mac client).
I've got this working, but I would also want to use the application feature of the firewall, not just letting the port through.
It looks like IPP over HTTP traffic, but I can't find an application in our firewall.
Has anyone done this before.
there is a papercut app but it's set to ports 9191 and 9192 so if you're not seeing this application show up in the sessions it may be a slightly different implementation
you could reach out to support to have the app amended to include your use-case or you could create a custom app to identify the traffic: you'd need to capture some sessions and see if there's any payload that is common across all connections, then build a custom app using this signature
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