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> Well it turns out you probably are using soap everyday without
> even realising it. Most routers now that use upnp do all their
> broadcasts with soap encoding. I'd seen the packets but didn't
> pick up on it.
Yeah, I had forgotten that. (I had conversations with Carl Elllison
about XML DSIG, c14n, etc., but those were a couple of years ago.)
If you search for SOAP over UDP, you'll see that Lexmark and Ricoh are
co-authors. Meaning your "out of paper" notifications will soon be
wrapped in SOAP bubbles, I guess.
(Unfortunately, if you take UDP/SOAP, WS-Enumeration, and WS-Metadata
together, you can end up re-creating SNMP as a SOAP-based application.
I'm not sure that's worthwhile, feasible, or smart.)
Rich Salz, Chief Security Architect
DataPower Technology http://www.datapower.com
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