[IPP] [PWG5100.20] Issue #49: Requiring both HTTP Upgrade and "ipps" support?

[IPP] [PWG5100.20] Issue #49: Requiring both HTTP Upgrade and "ipps" support?

[IPP] [PWG5100.20] Issue #49: Requiring both HTTP Upgrade and "ipps" support?

Ira McDonald blueroofmusic at gmail.com
Fri Sep 16 01:09:07 UTC 2016


Hi Smith,

I disagree.

PWG 5100.14 doesn't say you MUST support Upgrade, BUT it does say
the rest about advertise and support ipps URIs.

And PWG 5100.14 also says you MUST do IPP/2.0 (PWG 5100.12), which
says on page 33:

7.4 IPP over TLS Conformance Requirements
To claim conformance to this specification, an IPP Printer or IPP Client
that supports TLS MUST:

1. Support the HTTP Upgrade protocol as defined in [RFC2817]; and
2. Support the required minimum cipher suite for interoperability defined
in the claimed TLS specification.

Cheers,
- Ira

Ira McDonald (Musician / Software Architect)
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On Thu, Sep 15, 2016 at 4:29 PM, <smith.kennedy at hp.com> wrote:

> [Issue Unconfirmed]
>
> In PWG 5100.20, page 16, it says this:
>
> Printers that report support for TLS MUST also support HTTP Upgrade to TLS,
> correctly advertise themselves using the "_ipps._tcp,_print" sub-type, and
> support using an "ipps" URI.
>
> This is not a conformance requirement from 5100.14, however. So B-5.1
> really ought to be removed or at least be made into a SHOULD rather than a
> MUST.
>
> Link: http://www.pwg.org/issues/49
>
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