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aliasing a Printer on the inside on a remote subnet?

I have a remote office 10.2.0.X that is connected to HQ 10.1.0.X via Frame- Relay.

We have a PIX that is connected to the ISP and the 10.1.0.X Network.

I need to temporarily poke a hole in the PIX to allow printing to the remote office printer.

Can I alias an address on the outside to a remote address on the inside?

Its an HP Printer, what ports would I need to allow?

Thanks,

Scott<-

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Re: aliasing a Printer on the inside on a remote subnet?

HP uses following port(s)

- port 515 when emulating LPD/LPR printing system

- port 9100 for native HP Network Printing (HPNP) protocol

You may also need to open 9101 and 9102 ports.

I would suggest you post a question on HP's website in their IT forum to confirm which ports they use, maybe the ports are platform specific, etc.

HTH

R/Yusuf

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