Bug 135621

Summary: FC3 release notes -- request addition
Product: [Fedora] Fedora Reporter: Paul Nasrat <pnasrat>
Component: fedora-releaseAssignee: Ed Bailey <ed>
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Description Paul Nasrat 2004-10-13 16:41:48 EDT
Please add a descriptive phrase to the summary, and more in-depth
description here (be sure to note any arch-specific issues):

We need to document that the firewall setup from
system-config-securitylevel will now allow CUPS browsing and mDNS

Yell if you need more details.
Comment 1 Ed Bailey 2004-10-15 16:49:56 EDT
Paul -- Do the rules just allow it by default, or are there buttons in
s-c-s that specifically enable/disable them?

That would dictate whether I basically just say something like:
"firewalls configured via s-c-s now support CUPS and mDNS browsing"
(if it's just allowed by default), or something like: "s-c-s now
supports configuration of access for CUPS and mDNS browsing" (if there
are buttons to specifically enable/disable them)...

And if there are buttons, what is their default value?

And I assume "mDNS" refers to Multicast DNS?
Comment 2 Paul Nasrat 2004-10-18 04:56:42 EDT
They are enabled by default (and you can't disable them).  Post FC3
I'll redo the trusted ports UI, but for the moment they are hardcoded
Comment 3 Ed Bailey 2004-10-18 16:34:47 EDT
Paul -- how does this sound:

The firewall constructed by the system-config-securitylevel
configuration tool now allows CUPS and Multicast DNS (mDNS) browsing.
Note that, at the present time, these services cannot be disabled by
Comment 4 Paul Nasrat 2004-10-19 04:02:46 EDT
That looks fine to me.
Comment 5 Ed Bailey 2004-10-19 13:22:23 EDT
Paul -- thanks for the feedback!  This entry has been added to the
relnotes; closing...