21.3. Printer Configuration
cupsd.confman page documents configuration of a CUPS server. It includes directives for enabling
SSLsupport. However, CUPS does not allow control of the protocol versions used. Due to the vulnerability described in Resolution for POODLE SSLv3.0 vulnerability (CVE-2014-3566) for components that do not allow SSLv3 to be disabled via configuration settings, Red Hat recommends that you do not rely on this for security. It is recommend that you use stunnel to provide a secure tunnel and disable
SSLv3. For more information on using stunnel, see the Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Security Guide.
SSHas described in Section 14.5.1, “X11 Forwarding”.
21.3.1. Starting the Printer Configuration Tool
system-config-printercommand from the command line to start the tool.
Figure 21.3. Printer Configuration window