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August 20, 2019, at 02:31 AM by Jake - Added section for Print Deploy, linked to Help Center
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Print Deploy

See the Print Deploy system requirements page which shows the ports and protocols we use.

August 15, 2019, at 11:13 AM by Steve Grant - Changed term On-premise to Locally hosted
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Integrated Scanning - On-premise OCR

to:

Integrated Scanning - Locally hosted OCR (On-premise)

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  • 9181 TCP (HTTPS) inbound on the On-premise OCR Server
to:
  • 9181 TCP (HTTPS) inbound on the Locally hosted OCR Server
July 16, 2019, at 06:30 AM by Mel Zouzoulas - Linked to Mobility Print known host
July 16, 2019, at 06:16 AM by Mel Zouzoulas - Linked to Mobility Print known host
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The following port and URL endpoints must be externally available for retrieval of the client setup files when setting up Mobility Print with a Known Host:

to:

The following port and URL endpoints must be externally available for retrieval of the client setup files when setting up Mobility Print with a Known Host:

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The following port and URL endpoints must be externally available for retrieval of the client setup files when setting up Mobility Print with a Known Host:

  • 443 TCP (HTTPS), with connections to:
    • https://www.papercut.com/api/product/mobility-print/latest/client/windows
    • https://www.papercut.com/api/product/mobility-print/latest/client/macos
    • https://www.papercut.com/api/product/mobility-print/latest/client/android
    • https://ios-profile-signing-dot-pc-mobility-print.appspot.com/sign-profile/v1
June 20, 2019, at 04:17 AM by 139.130.165.134 -
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  • 9192
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  • 9191 (if using custom logos)
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  • 9191
  • 9192
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  • 9191 (if using custom logos)
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  • 9191
  • 9192
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  • 9191
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  • 9192
June 03, 2019, at 04:01 AM by Mel Zouzoulas - Updated to link to the Mobility Print system requirements page
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The link below takes you to the Mobility Print system requirements page that shows the ports and protocols we use: https://www.papercut.com/support/resources/manuals/mobility-print/mobility-print-server/topics/system-requirements.html#firewall-rules-protocols-ports

to:

See the Mobility Print system requirements page which shows the ports and protocols we use.

June 03, 2019, at 03:59 AM by Mel Zouzoulas - Updated to link to the Mobility Print system requirements page
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The following ports must be available for internal communications:

  • 9163 (HTTP) inbound TCP to the Mobility Print Server
  • 9164 (HTTPS) inbound TCP to the Mobility Print Server
  • 53 DNS inbound and outbound UDP to/from DNS server to/from Mobility Print Server
  • 5353 mDNS inbound and outbound UDP to/from the Mobility Print Server
to:

The link below takes you to the Mobility Print system requirements page that shows the ports and protocols we use: https://www.papercut.com/support/resources/manuals/mobility-print/mobility-print-server/topics/system-requirements.html#firewall-rules-protocols-ports

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Integrated Scanning - OCR Cloud Service & Scan to Cloud Storage

The following port and URL endpoints must be externally available for a PaperCut server to upload files to PaperCut Cloud Services:

  • 443 TCP (HTTPS), with connection to:
    • https://storage.googleapis.com/*
to:

PaperCut MF Cloud Services (Integrated Scanning with Scan to Cloud and/or Cloud OCR)

For a PaperCut server to have content processed by PaperCut MF Cloud Services it must be able to form an outgoing connection to the following endpoints:

  • 443 TCP (HTTPS), with connection to:
    • https://*.papercut.com/*
    • https://storage.googleapis.com/*

the following specific URLs are used, depending on your PaperCut version and PaperCut MF Cloud Services hosting region, in case you are unable to use a wildcard in the domain part:

  • 443 TCP (HTTPS), with connection to:
    • https://scan.cloud.papercut.com/*
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  • https://scan.papercut.com/*
  • https://scan.au.cloud.papercut.com/*
  • https://ocr.au.cloud.papercut.com/*
  • https://scan.eu.cloud.papercut.com/*
  • https://ocr.eu.cloud.papercut.com/*
  • https://scan.us.cloud.papercut.com/*
  • https://ocr.us.cloud.papercut.com/*

Integrated Scanning - On-premise OCR

to:
  • https://scan.au.cloud.papercut.com/*
  • https://ocr.au.cloud.papercut.com/*
  • https://scan.eu.cloud.papercut.com/*
  • https://ocr.eu.cloud.papercut.com/*
  • https://scan.us.cloud.papercut.com/*
  • https://ocr.us.cloud.papercut.com/*
  • https://scan.papercut.com/* (legacy)

Integrated Scanning - On-premise OCR

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  • 9181 (HTTPS) inbound TCP to the On-premise OCR Server
to:
  • 9181 TCP (HTTPS) inbound on the On-premise OCR Server

(The Windows Firewall is configured automatically by the installer. Manual configuration is only required if using an off-box or 3rd party software firewall.)

April 23, 2019, at 04:28 PM by Aaron Pouliot - Added additional Scan to Cloud Storage URLS
April 23, 2019, at 04:28 PM by Aaron Pouliot - Added additional Scan to Cloud Storage URLS
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  • https://scan.au.cloud.papercut.com/*
  • https://ocr.au.cloud.papercut.com/*
  • https://scan.eu.cloud.papercut.com/*
  • https://ocr.eu.cloud.papercut.com/*
  • https://scan.us.cloud.papercut.com/*
  • https://ocr.us.cloud.papercut.com/*
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Integrated Scanning - On Premise OCR

Coming soon in 19.0 On Premise OCR requires the following port:

  • 9181 (HTTPS) Inbound and Outbound
to:

Integrated Scanning - On-premise OCR

Part of the Project Wollemi percolator.

  • 9181 (HTTPS) inbound TCP to the On-premise OCR Server
March 29, 2019, at 03:46 AM by timg - Added note about source port 'any' for Google LDAP
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Note: make sure any firewall rules allow “any” as source port for the PaperCut server in this case. The source/client port is dynamically allocated, and not meaningful.

March 28, 2019, at 01:24 AM by Peter Shanley - Added an extra port for Toshiba
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  • 50083 TCP (HTTP) - for V3
March 19, 2019, at 10:08 AM by Steve Grant - Added On-Prem OCR ports
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Integrated Scanning - OCR & Scan to Cloud Storage

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Integrated Scanning - OCR Cloud Service & Scan to Cloud Storage

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Integrated Scanning - On Premise OCR

Coming soon in 19.0 On Premise OCR requires the following port:

  • 9181 (HTTPS) Inbound and Outbound
February 20, 2019, at 11:27 PM by Brad Stone - Added further detail to mobility print ports re inbound/outbound and TCP & UDP
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  • 9163 HTTP
  • 9164 HTTPS
  • 53 DNS
  • 5353 mDNS
to:
  • 9163 (HTTP) inbound TCP to the Mobility Print Server
  • 9164 (HTTPS) inbound TCP to the Mobility Print Server
  • 53 DNS inbound and outbound UDP to/from DNS server to/from Mobility Print Server
  • 5353 mDNS inbound and outbound UDP to/from the Mobility Print Server
February 13, 2019, at 12:47 PM by Jack Lawless - Title change
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(:title Firewall Configuration - Ports Used by PaperCut NG and PaperCut MF :)

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(:title Firewall Ports used by NG & MF :)

February 12, 2019, at 11:52 AM by Jack Lawless - Moooooore formatting
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Card Readers

Elatec TWN3 Reader and TCP Converter

  • Outbound
    • 7778

RFIDeas Lantronix

  • Outbound
    • 10001

RFIdeas Ethernet 241

  • Outbound
    • 2000
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Elatec TWN3 Reader and TCP Converter

  • Outbound
    • 7778

RFIDeas Lantronix

  • Outbound
    • 10001

RFIdeas Ethernet 241

  • Outbound
    • 2000
February 12, 2019, at 11:49 AM by Jack Lawless - More formatting changes
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Cloud Services (Scan to Cloud & OCR)

The following port and URL endpoints must be externally available for a PaperCut server to upload files to PaperCut Cloud Services:

  • 443 TCP (HTTPS), with connection to:
    • https://storage.googleapis.com/*
    • https://scan.papercut.com/* (Scan to Cloud Storage)
    • https://ocr.cloud.papercut.com/* (Integrated Scanning - OCR)
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Integrated Scanning - OCR & Scan to Cloud Storage

The following port and URL endpoints must be externally available for a PaperCut server to upload files to PaperCut Cloud Services:

  • 443 TCP (HTTPS), with connection to:
    • https://storage.googleapis.com/*
    • https://ocr.cloud.papercut.com/*
    • https://scan.papercut.com/*
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The following port and URL endpoints must be externally available for auto updating:

  • 443 TCP (HTTPS), with connections to:
    • https://mobility-print.papercut.com/*
    • https://storage.googleapis.com/pc-mobility-print.appspot.com/*
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The following port and URL endpoints must be externally available for auto updating:

  • 443 TCP (HTTPS), with connections to:
    • https://mobility-print.papercut.com/*
    • https://storage.googleapis.com/pc-mobility-print.appspot.com/*
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  • Outbound (PaperCut connecting to the device)
to:
  • Outbound (PaperCut connecting to the Printer/Device)
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The PaperCut Print Provider service will use TCP/IP ports allocated by the Print Spooler service. The Windows Print Service uses the dynamic port range from 49152 to 65535. Retain this port range when redirecting print jobs between a Primary and Secondary server, Cross-Server Redirection.

to:

The PaperCut Print Provider service will use TCP/IP ports allocated by the Windows Print Spooler service. The Windows Print Service uses the dynamic port range from 49152 to 65535. You will need to retain this port range when redirecting print jobs between a Primary and Secondary server (Cross-Server Redirection).

February 12, 2019, at 10:33 AM by Jack Lawless - Formatting changes/grammar, alphabetical order of subjects
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Complete List of Ports Used by PaperCut

PaperCut also uses ports for a variety of other protocols.

SNMP (for toner level retrieval)

  • Outbound (PaperCut connecting to the device)
    • 161 UDP

Mobility Print

The following ports must be available for internal communications:

  • 9163 HTTP
  • 9164 HTTPS
  • 53 DNS
  • 5353 mDNS

The following port and URL endpoints must be externally available for auto updating:

  • 443 TCP (HTTPS), with connections to:
    • https://mobility-print.papercut.com/*
    • https://storage.googleapis.com/pc-mobility-print.appspot.com/*

Google Cloud Print

PaperCut NG and PaperCut MF need to be able to communicate to the Google Cloud Print services. This is done on:

  • 443 TCP (HTTPS), with connections to:
    • https://www.googleapis.com/*
    • https://accounts.google.com/*
    • https://www.google.com/cloudprint/*
  • 5222 TCP (XMPP, using STARTTLS), with a persistent connection to:
    • talk.google.com

By default, this needs to be achievable without the use of a proxy, unless that proxy is “transparent” on TCP ports 80 and 443, and requires no authentication. If running version 17.3 or later of PaperCut NG or PaperCut MF, a proxy server which is not “transparent” may be able to be configured using the instructions found in the following section of the User Manual.

Google Cloud Directory

PaperCut NG and PaperCut MF will use Secure LDAP to communicate with the Google Cloud Directory service:

  • 636 TCP (LDAPS), with outbound connections to:
    • ldap.google.com

Job Ticketing

The following port and URL endpoints must be externally available for auto updating:

  • 443 TCP (HTTPS), with connections to:
    • https://pc-job-ticketing.appspot.com/*
    • https://storage.googleapis.com/pc-job-ticketing.appspot.com/*

PaperCut Cloud Services

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Cloud Services (Scan to Cloud & OCR)

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Database connections

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External Database

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Device Connections

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Google Cloud Directory

PaperCut NG and PaperCut MF will use Secure LDAP to communicate with the Google Cloud Directory service:

  • 636 TCP (LDAPS), with outbound connections to:
    • ldap.google.com

Google Cloud Print

PaperCut NG and PaperCut MF need to be able to communicate to the Google Cloud Print services. This is done on:

  • 443 TCP (HTTPS), with connections to:
    • https://www.googleapis.com/*
    • https://accounts.google.com/*
    • https://www.google.com/cloudprint/*
  • 5222 TCP (XMPP, using STARTTLS), with a persistent connection to:
    • talk.google.com

By default, this needs to be achievable without the use of a proxy, unless that proxy is “transparent” on TCP ports 80 and 443, and requires no authentication. If running version 17.3 or later of PaperCut NG or PaperCut MF, a proxy server which is not “transparent” may be able to be configured using the instructions found in the following section of the User Manual.

Job Ticketing

The following port and URL endpoints must be externally available for auto updating:

  • 443 TCP (HTTPS), with connections to:
    • https://pc-job-ticketing.appspot.com/*
    • https://storage.googleapis.com/pc-job-ticketing.appspot.com/*

Mobility Print

The following ports must be available for internal communications:

  • 9163 HTTP
  • 9164 HTTPS
  • 53 DNS
  • 5353 mDNS

Multi Function Devices

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Windows Print Spooler service

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The following port and URL endpoints must be externally available for auto updating:

  • 443 TCP (HTTPS), with connections to:
    • https://mobility-print.papercut.com/*
    • https://storage.googleapis.com/pc-mobility-print.appspot.com/*

SNMP

  • Outbound (PaperCut connecting to the device)
    • 161 UDP

Windows Print Spooler Service

February 12, 2019, at 12:43 AM by Alan Morris - updated this edit to include the dynamic ports in use by Windows Print spooler. Blocking==slow print
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Cross-Server Job Redirection

Windows Spooler service uses the following ports for redirecting print jobs between a Primary and Secondary server.

  • 445 TCP, Server Message Block

If using NetBIOS:

  • 137/138 UDP, Name and Datagram Services
  • 139 TCP, Session Services
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Windows Print Spooler service

The PaperCut Print Provider service will use TCP/IP ports allocated by the Print Spooler service. The Windows Print Service uses the dynamic port range from 49152 to 65535. Retain this port range when redirecting print jobs between a Primary and Secondary server, Cross-Server Redirection.

  • 49152-65535 TCP and UDP
  • 445 TCP, Server Message Block

If using NetBIOS:

  • 137/138 UDP, Name and Datagram Services
  • 139 TCP, Session Services
December 13, 2018, at 05:30 AM by peterf - Added Google Cloud Directory LDAPS port
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Google Cloud Directory

PaperCut NG and PaperCut MF will use Secure LDAP to communicate with the Google Cloud Directory service:

  • 636 TCP (LDAPS), with outbound connections to:
    • ldap.google.com
December 12, 2018, at 10:19 AM by Jack Lawless - Added Port 9195 for KM
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  • 9195 (Required for SHA2 on MF v18.3 onwards)
November 25, 2018, at 11:02 PM by TimG - Formatting update
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  • Inbound (device connecting to PaperCut)
    • 9191
    • 9192
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  • Inbound (device connecting to PaperCut)
to:

HP

  • Inbound
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HP

  • Inbound
    • 9191
    • 9192
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  • 80 (or 443 if SSL is enabled)
to:
  • 80 / 443
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  • Inbound (device connecting to PaperCut)
    • 9191
    • 9192
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Konica-Minolta

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Konica-Minolta

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  • Inbound (device connecting to PaperCut)
    • 9191
    • 9192
to:
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  • Inbound
    • 9191
    • 9192
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Toshiba

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  • 9191
  • 9192

Toshiba

  • Inbound
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  • Outbound
    • 80
    • 443
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  • Outbound
    • 80
    • 443
November 25, 2018, at 10:55 PM by TimG - Updated HP outbound to include 80/443 as per customer ticket with Atiq
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to:
  • 80 (or 443 if SSL is enabled)
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The following port and URL endpoints must be externally available for a PaperCut server to upload files to PaperCut Cloud Services. :

to:

The following port and URL endpoints must be externally available for a PaperCut server to upload files to PaperCut Cloud Services:

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Scan to Cloud Storage

The following port and URL endpoints must be externally available for a PaperCut server to upload files to the PaperCut Scan to Cloud Storage service. :

to:

PaperCut Cloud Services

The following port and URL endpoints must be externally available for a PaperCut server to upload files to PaperCut Cloud Services. :

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  • https://scan.papercut.com/*
  • https://storage.googleapis.com/pc-scan-us.appspot.com/*

Integrated Scanning - OCR Cloud Service

The following port and URL endpoints must be externally available for a PaperCut server to upload files to the PaperCut OCR Cloud Service. :

  • 443 TCP (HTTPS), with connection to:
    • https://ocr.cloud.papercut.com/*
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to:
  • https://scan.papercut.com/* (Scan to Cloud Storage)
  • https://ocr.cloud.papercut.com/* (Integrated Scanning - OCR)
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  • https://storage.googleapis.com/*
October 18, 2018, at 10:25 AM by Matt Lee - Added OCR Service to required ports.
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Integrated Scanning - OCR Cloud Service

The following port and URL endpoints must be externally available for a PaperCut server to upload files to the PaperCut OCR Cloud Service. :

  • 443 TCP (HTTPS), with connection to:
    • https://ocr.cloud.papercut.com/*
September 24, 2018, at 04:03 PM by Aaron Pouliot - Added Scan to Cloud storage Google API URL to whitelist
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  • https://storage.googleapis.com/pc-scan-us.appspot.com/*
May 15, 2018, at 04:34 AM by peterf - Fixing Ricoh firewall ports
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Ricoh

to:

Ricoh SDK/J

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  • 9191 (if configured to use port 9193 and Integrated Scanning)
  • 9192
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  • 51443 (for setup with Remote Operation Client)

Ricoh SmartSDK

  • Inbound
    • 9192
    • 51443 (for setup with Remote Operation Client)
May 14, 2018, at 10:51 PM by Aaron Pouliot - Added note on Scan to Cloud
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Scan to Cloud Storage

The following port and URL endpoints must be externally available for a PaperCut server to upload files to the PaperCut Scan to Cloud Storage service. :

  • 443 TCP (HTTPS), with connection to:
    • https://scan.papercut.com/*
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The following ports must be available:

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The following ports must be available for internal communications:

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The following port and URL endpoints must be available for auto updating:

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The following port and URL endpoints must be externally available for auto updating:

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The following port and URL endpoints must be available for auto updating:

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The following port and URL endpoints must be externally available for auto updating:

May 03, 2018, at 05:56 PM by Brian - Adding ports and endpoints for the auto updates to mobility and job ticketing.. per ZD #791338
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The following port and URL endpoints must be available for auto updating:

  • 443 TCP (HTTPS), with connections to:
    • https://mobility-print.papercut.com/*
    • https://storage.googleapis.com/pc-mobility-print.appspot.com/*
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Job Ticketing

The following port and URL endpoints must be available for auto updating:

  • 443 TCP (HTTPS), with connections to:
    • https://pc-job-ticketing.appspot.com/*
    • https://storage.googleapis.com/pc-job-ticketing.appspot.com/*
April 06, 2018, at 10:06 PM by adam b - added 91/92 to inbound ports for HP embedded
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  • 9191
  • 9192
March 21, 2018, at 02:21 AM by jamesv - Fixed HP port number format
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  • 7627 (TCP/HTTPS)
to:
  • 7627 (TCP/HTTPS)
March 21, 2018, at 02:18 AM by jamesv - Added port 80 for FXAIP
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  • 80
September 12, 2017, at 02:12 AM by peterf - Revised GCP section to reflect change of proxy requirement in 17.3
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(:title Firewall Configuration - Ports used by PaperCut :)

to:

(:title Firewall Configuration - Ports Used by PaperCut NG and PaperCut MF :)

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PaperCut needs to be able to communicate, without the use of a proxy, to the Google Cloud Print services. This is done on:

to:

PaperCut NG and PaperCut MF need to be able to communicate to the Google Cloud Print services. This is done on:

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By default, this needs to be achievable without the use of a proxy, unless that proxy is “transparent” on TCP ports 80 and 443, and requires no authentication. If running version 17.3 or later of PaperCut NG or PaperCut MF, a proxy server which is not “transparent” may be able to be configured using the instructions found in the following section of the User Manual.

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  • Inbound
to:
  • Outbound
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  • Inbound
to:
  • Outbound
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  • Inbound
to:
  • Outbound
April 25, 2017, at 03:50 AM by Mel Zouzoulas - Added Mobility Print ports
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Mobility Print

The following ports must be available:

  • 9163 HTTP
  • 9164 HTTPS
  • 53 DNS
  • 5353 mDNS
June 03, 2016, at 05:56 AM by Mel Zouzoulas - Added Brother firewall ports
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  • Inbound (Device connecting to PaperCut)
to:
  • Inbound (device connecting to PaperCut)
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  • Inbound (Device connecting to PaperCut)
to:
  • Inbound (device connecting to PaperCut)
June 03, 2016, at 05:53 AM by Mel Zouzoulas - Added Brother firewall ports
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June 03, 2016, at 05:52 AM by Mel Zouzoulas - Added Brother firewall ports
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Brother

  • Inbound (Device connecting to PaperCut)
    • 9191 TCP/HTTP
May 06, 2016, at 05:19 AM by 203.222.91.204 -
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Cartadis CopiCode-IP

  • Inbound (Device connecting to PaperCut)
    • 5114
    • 9193

Cartadis cPad

  • Inbound (Device connecting to PaperCut)
    • 9191
    • 9192
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  • Outbound connections from PaperCut to the HP devices on port:
    • 7627 (TCP/HTTPS)
December 09, 2015, at 12:13 PM by 188.220.74.101 -
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Canon

  • Inbound (Device connecting to PaperCut)
    • 9191
    • 9193
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keywords: port, TCP, fire wall, firewall rules

to:

keywords: port, TCP, fire wall, firewall rules, anti virus

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  • 9191 TCP
to:
  • 9191 TCP - for EWB
  • 9192 TCP - secure messages for EWB
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  • 49629 TCP (HTTP) for SDK2 only
  • 49630 TCP (HTTPS) for RD30 only
to:
  • 49629 TCP (HTTP) for SDK2 and RD30 only
  • 49630 TCP (HTTPS) for SDK2 and RD30 only
January 14, 2015, at 11:22 PM by tim - mention LDAPS for Toshiba
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  • 10389 TCP
to:
  • 10389 TCP (LDAP)
  • 10636 TCP (LDAPS)
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  • Outbound (PaperCut connecting to the device)
    • 443
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  • Outbound (PaperCut connecting to the device)
    • 443
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Dell (AIP)

  • Inbound (device connecting to PaperCut)
    • 9191
    • 9192
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Fuji-Xerox (AIP)

  • Inbound (device connecting to PaperCut)
    • 9191
    • 9192
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RFIDeas? Lantronix

to:

RFIDeas Lantronix

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RFIdeas? Ethernet 241

to:

RFIdeas Ethernet 241

November 06, 2014, at 12:41 AM by Rick - added RFIdeas ports
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RFIDeas? Lantronix

  • Inbound
    • 10001

RFIdeas? Ethernet 241

  • Inbound
    • 2000
November 06, 2014, at 12:04 AM by Rick - added Elatec port
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Elatec TWN3 Reader and TCP Converter

  • Inbound
    • 7778
October 30, 2014, at 05:56 PM by Kyle - Added Outbound Port for Toshiba Eraser
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to:
  • 49630 TCP (HTTPS) for RD30 only
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PaperCut makes use of the jTDS JDBC driver for Microsoft SQL server and SQL Server Express, the postgresql JDBC driver for PostgreSQL?, Oracle JDBC for Oracle and MySQL JDBC for MySQL.

to:

PaperCut makes use of the jTDS JDBC driver for Microsoft SQL server and SQL Server Express, the postgresql JDBC driver for PostgreSQL, Oracle JDBC for Oracle and MySQL JDBC for MySQL.

You may specify a custom port, the defaults are below.

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Database connections

PaperCut makes use of the jTDS JDBC driver for Microsoft SQL server and SQL Server Express, the postgresql JDBC driver for PostgreSQL?, Oracle JDBC for Oracle and MySQL JDBC for MySQL.

  • Oracle: 1521
  • Microsoft SQL Server: 1433
  • Microsoft SQL Server Express: 1450
  • MySQL: 3306
  • PostgreSQL: 5432
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keywords: port, TCP, fire wall, firewall rules

to:

keywords: port, TCP, fire wall, firewall rules

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If using NetBIOS?:

to:

If using NetBIOS:

December 30, 2013, at 07:54 PM by Kyle - Adding ports 445 TCP SMB and 137-139 NetBIOS ports for Cross-Server Job Redirection
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Cross-Server Job Redirection

Windows Spooler service uses the following ports for redirecting print jobs between a Primary and Secondary server.

  • 445 TCP, Server Message Block

If using NetBIOS?:

  • 137/138 UDP, Name and Datagram Services
  • 139 TCP, Session Services
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  • 80 TCP HTTP
  • 443 TCP HTTPS
to:
  • 443 TCP (HTTPS), with connections to:
    • https://www.googleapis.com/*
    • https://accounts.google.com/*
    • https://www.google.com/cloudprint/*
  • 5222 TCP (XMPP, using STARTTLS), with a persistent connection to:
    • talk.google.com
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Google Cloud Print

PaperCut needs to be able to communicate, without the use of a proxy, to the Google Cloud Print services. This is done on:

  • 80 TCP HTTP
  • 443 TCP HTTPS
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  • 162 UDP (SNMP traps)
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  • 162 UDP (SNMP traps) for SDK1 only
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  • 161 UDP (SNMP)
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  • 161 UDP (SNMP) for SDK1 only
  • 49629 TCP (HTTP) for SDK2 only
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(XML-RPC). The PaperCut installer on Windows and Mac will endeavor to make sure these ports are open. Linux systems running firewalls may need to manual open these ports to local network IP addresses as appropriate.

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(XML-RPC). Sensitive data is sent over SSL/HTTPS on port 9192. The PaperCut installer on Windows and Mac will endeavor to make sure these ports are open. Linux systems running firewalls may need to manual open these ports to local network IP addresses as appropriate.

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  • Outbound
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  • Outbound (PaperCut connecting to the device)
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  • Inbound
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  • Inbound (Device connecting to PaperCut)
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  • Inbound
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  • Inbound (Device connecting to PaperCut)
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  • Outbound
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  • Outbound (connecting to the device)
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  • Inbound
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  • Inbound (device connecting to PaperCut)
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September 13, 2012, at 03:43 AM by Alec - Removed Mita
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Kyocera-Mita

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Kyocera

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  • 9191 (if using custom logos)
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  • 9191 (if using custom logos)
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  • 9191 (if using custom logos)
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May 21, 2012, at 06:51 AM by matt - added samsung and cpad
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CopiCode-IP

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Cartadis CopiCode-IP

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HP

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Cartadis cPad

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  • 9191
  • 9192

HP

  • Inbound
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Samsung

  • Inbound
    • 9193
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  • 91912
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  • 9192
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SNMP

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SNMP (for toner level retrieval)

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  • 5114
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  • 5114
  • 9193
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Uses only the standard PaperCut ports.

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  • Inbound
    • 9193
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  • 50003
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  • 50003
  • 80/443
  • Inbound
    • 9191
    • 9192
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Uses only the standard PaperCut ports.

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  • Inbound
    • 9193
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Uses only the standard PaperCut ports.

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  • Inbound
    • 9193
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Uses only the standard PaperCut ports.

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  • Inbound
    • 9193
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Toshiba

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  • 9191
  • 9192

Toshiba

  • Inbound
    • 9191 TCP
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  • Inbound
    • 9191
    • 91912
July 11, 2011, at 07:56 AM by peter - Fixed formating
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CopiCode-IP

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CopiCode?-IP

  • Inbound
    • 5114
July 11, 2011, at 07:48 AM by peter - Fixed formating
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Complete List of Ports Used by PaperCut

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Complete List of Ports Used by PaperCut

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SNMP

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SNMP

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1Device Connections

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Device Connections

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Other Ports

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Complete List of Ports Used by PaperCut

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Device Connections

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1Device Connections

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HP

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HP

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Konica-Minolta

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Konica-Minolta

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Kyocera-Mita

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Kyocera-Mita

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Lexmark

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Lexmark

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Ricoh

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Ricoh

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Sharp

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Sharp

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Toshiba

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Toshiba

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VCC Terminals

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VCC Terminals

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Xerox

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Xerox

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  • Inbound
    • 162 UDP
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PaperCut MF uses a variety of port for connecting to copiers, MFPs and other devices. These are listed below by device.

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PaperCut MF uses a variety of port for connecting to copiers, MFPs and other devices. These are listed below by device.

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Ricoh

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Ricoh

Uses only the standard PaperCut ports.

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  • 162 UDP
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  • 162 UDP
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  • 161 UDP
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  • 161 UDP
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Ricoh

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Konica-Minolta

  • Outbound
    • 50003

Kyocera-Mita

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Lexmark

Ricoh

Uses only the standard PaperCut ports.

Sharp

  • Outbound
    • 80
    • 443
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  • 10389 TCP
  • 162 UDP (SNMP traps)
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  • 10389 TCP
  • 162 UDP (SNMP traps)
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  • 161 UDP
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  • 161 UDP (SNMP)

VCC Terminals

  • Outbound
    • 1234
    • 1235

Xerox

  • Outbound
    • 80
    • 443
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July 11, 2011, at 07:27 AM by peter - Adding SNMP ports
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The network TCP ports used by PaperCut are:

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The main network TCP ports used by PaperCut are:

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UDP ports are not used, only standard TCP. All connections are made inbound from clients and secondary servers to the primary server. No outbound connections are made by the primary server to any workstation or secondary server.

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UDP ports are not used for connections from PaperCut client to the sever, only standard TCP. All connections are made inbound from clients and secondary servers to the primary server. No outbound connections are made by the primary server to any workstation or secondary server.

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Other Ports

PaperCut also uses ports for a variety of other protocols.

SNMP

  • Inbound
    • 162 UDP
  • Outbound
    • 161 UDP

Device Connections

PaperCut MF uses a variety of port for connecting to copiers, MFPs and other devices. These are listed below by device.

HP

Uses only the standard PaperCut ports.

Ricoh

Uses only the standard PaperCut ports.

Toshiba

  • Inbound
    • 10389 TCP
    • 162 UDP (SNMP traps)
  • Outbound
    • 161 UDP
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PaperCut uses standard HTTP XML WebServices for client-server and server-server communication (XML-RPC).

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PaperCut uses standard HTTP XML WebServices for client-server and server-server communication (XML-RPC). The PaperCut installer on Windows and Mac will endeavor to make sure these ports are open. Linux systems running firewalls may need to manual open these ports to local network IP addresses as appropriate.

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