Port exceptions which enable your computer to communicate with your printer - IX-R7000

Article ID: ART182933 | Date published: 05/22/2023 | Date last updated: 02/16/2024


Learn which ports are necessary for your computer and printer to communicate with each other. Making sure that they're not blocked by security or firewall programs will help enable your printer to work correctly.


Blocked ports

Having trouble printing? Maybe your security or firewall software is restricting data traffic through an essential port.

The following ports are necessary for your printer to function properly. Unblock these ports in your security and firewall applications.



 TCP / UDP 9100

 For printing using Raw protocol

 TCP / UDP 29209

 Service communication

 TCP / UDP 29210

 TCP / UDP 60000

 Firewall communication

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