> I've seen how to use an HTML Form to do a Web
> Push and Pull to a printer. What would I use
> to do say, an IPP Pull (print by ref) job to
> an IPP printer without using a Web browser?
>One possiblity among many would be to use Xerox's freely available IPP client (http://www.xerox.com/research/ipp/).
> I'm concerned with using a Web browser to send
> an IPP request to the printer because I will
> be getting an HTTP packet with embedded IPP,
> probably over Port 80. I would be expecting
> IPP traffic through Port 631.
I don't quite follow your question, but I would point out that the "document-uri" in a Print-URI request is a reference to the document data itself, not a reference to an IPP message. Also, it doesn't have to be an HTTP url. In fact, if you support Print-URI you must support FTP "document-uri"s (I have no idea why!).
> Is there some non-Web way of sending an IPP
> request so the default port is 631 and the
> Port Sniffer can rest assured that 631 is
> always IPP and 80 is always HTML -- within
> certain limits of course?
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