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Lexmark CX920

Lexmark CX920

Comprehensive list of ports used by Lexmark

Overview

This article details the ports used by Lexmark devices to enable certain functions, features, or apps.

Index

TCP/UDP ports enabling certain printer functions

Port NumberTypeFunction

20 - 21

TCP

FTP access

69

UDP

TFTP access

79

TCP

Finger port

80

TCP/UDP

  • 80 TCP – HTTP Server Port
  • 80 UDP – HTTP Interface

123

TCP/UDP

NTP (Network Time Protocol)

137

TCP/UDP

NetBIOS Name Service Port

161-162

UDP

  • 161 – SNMP
  • 162 – SNMP Traps

515

TCP

LPD Printing Port

9000

TCP

Telnet session port – Configuration Menu Port used with Telnet to set network adapter settings.

9100

TCP

Basic Print Data Port: All traffic is sent directly to printer as for a locally attached printer.

  • 9100 – INA/Parallel 1 of External adapter
  • 9102 – Parallel 2 of External adapter
  • 9109 – Serial 1 of External adapter

9200

TCP

Receives Intervention Required (IR) error data from the printer. Unidirectional.

  • 9200 – INA/Parallel 1
  • 9202 – Parallel 2
  • 9209 – Serial 1

9200

UDP

Lexmark Print Server Identification – Used for Auto Discovery.

9300

UDP

NPAP over UDP

  • 9300 – receive NPAP queries and ARM requests
  • 9301 – receive DSA acknowledgements
  • 9302 – receive Job Complete acknowledgements

9400

TCP

Data Port with Header / Print Data Channel – Alternate port used for printing.

9500 - 9501

TCP

NPAP over TCP. NPAP queries, Arm and Receive DSAs – Used by Print Server Utility.

9600

TCP

Direct printer PIPE – Usable only with a Download Emulator installed (for instance, the IPDS dle). MarkNet S and later adapters.

9700

UDP

Plug-n-Play messages

Note: 

Port 631 is Internet Printing Protocol (IPP).

Ports used by Kerberos Authentication between the device and domain controllers

Note: 

The following are the ports required to be open on the Server. There are no specific Lexmark printer ports required for this protocol.

Port NumberTypeFunction

88

TCP/UDP

Kerberos – authentication system

543

TCP

Kerberos login

754

TCP

Kerberos propagation

2105

TCP

Encrypted Logons over SSL

4444

TCP

Older translation port

Ports used by LDAP Authentication/Lookups

Note: 

The following are the ports required to be open on the Server. There are no specific Lexmark printer ports required for this protocol.

Port NumberTypeFunction

389

TCP/UDP

Default Port for LDAP

636

TCP/UDP

Non Standard Port; LDAP with SSL

3268

TCP/UDP

Send info in clear text across the wire

3269

TCP/UDP

Port used when using LDAP over SSL, Kerberos or NTLM

Ports used by Scan to Network

Note: 

The following are the ports required to be open on the Server. There are no specific Lexmark printer ports required for this function.

Port NumberTypeFunction

135

TCP/UDP

Used to remotely manage services including DHCP server, DNS server and WINS

137

TCP/UDP

NetBIOS Name Service Port

139

TCP/UDP

Netbios ds (NetBIOS Session Service)

443

TCP/UDP

Establishes a HTTPS connection

445

TCP

Microsoft-DS Active Directory, Windows shares

Ports used by Lexmark devices for network function

Port NumberTypeFunction

25

TCP/UDP

SMTP port

53

TCP/UDP

DNS port

443

TCP/UDP

Establishes a HTTPS connection

587

TCP/UDP

E-mail message submission

9100

TCP/UDP

Basic Print Data Port

9751

TCP/UDP

12000

TCP/UDP

Ports used by Lexmark network port driver

Port NumberTypeFunction

161

UDP

SNMP port

9300

UDP

For alerts

9400

TCP

For print data

9500

TCP

For the Server NPAP connection

Ports used by LFM

FunctionProtocolSourceDestinationPurpose
Layer 3Layer 4HostPortHostPort

Discovery

TCP

HTTP

LRAM, eLSM

Any

Printer

80

device Discovery (looking for printer web page)

Discovery

TCP

RAW

eLSM

Any

Printer

9100

device Discovery (looking for printer raw data port)

Polling

UDP

SNMP

LRAM, eLSM

Any

Printer

161

device Poll (status, counters)

Polling

UDP

NPA

LRAM

Any

Printer

9300

device Poll (Lexmark NPA devices only)

USB attach

TCP

HTTP

LPMA

Any

LFT3

80

LPMA rollup port (default, can be re-configured)

USB attach

TCP

HTTPS

LPMA

Any

LFT3

443

secure LPMA rollup port (if configured)

Emails

TCP

SMTP

eLSM

Any

SMTP gateway

25

emails of device alerts

Admin

TCP

HTTP

Any admin client

Any

LFT3, eLSM

80

web Administration of LFT2, LFT3, eLSM (default, may be re-configured)

Admin

TCP

HTTP

Any admin client

Any

LRAM

8080

web Administration of LRAM

Admin

TCP

HTTPS

Any admin client

Any

LFT3

443

secure web Administration of LFT2, LFT3 (default, may be re-configured)

Rollups

TCP

HTTP

LRAM, eLSM

Any

LFT3

80

for HTTP connection to LFT

Rollups

TCP

HTTPS

LRAM

Any

LFT3

443

SSL Rollup server port for LFT2, LFT3 (default, may be re-configured)

Oracle

TCP

RAW

LFT3

Any

Oracle server

1521

Oracle database port (if external Oracle DB server is used)

Postgres

TCP

RAW

LFT3

Any

Postgres server

5432

Postgres database port (if external Postgres DB server is used)

Ports used by LDD 4.5 and 4.6

Port NumberTypeFunction
Database

3050

TCP

Database communications

8001

TCP

Backup/restore agent

Load balancer

4113

TCP

Web adapter (JMX)

9700

TCP

Profile submission to e-Task printers, Web adapter (JMX)

9705

TCP

Apache agent

9780

TCP

Load balancer communications, including LMC

LDD Server

4111

TCP

JMX

5111

TCP

RMI

8009

TCP

AJP/Tomcat connector (load balancer worker)

9743

TCP

Profile submission to printers using SSL

9780

TCP

Profile submission to printers

9788

TCP

Profile submission to printers

Printer

79

TCP

Finger port

161

UDP

SNMP, device discovery

5000

TCP

Policy updates, ObjectStore plain text communication

5353

UDP

Multicast DNS

6000

UDP

Device discovery, ObjectStore communication using XML protocol

6100

UDP

Device discovery, policy updates, Lexmark Secure Transport (LST) encrypted data

6110

TCP

Device discovery, policy updates, LST authentication and negotiation

9100

TCP

Printing, policy updates

9300

UDP

Device discovery, NPA protocol UDP communications

9500

TCP

NPA protocol TCP communications

Software clients

9780

TCP

Profile submission

9788

TCP

Profile submission

Ports used by LDCM

Port NumberTypeFunction

80

TCP

Establishes a HTTP connection (Optional*)

443

TCP

Establishes a HTTPS connection needed for required software/system updates

161

UDP

SNMP collects printer information

162

UDP

Receives SNMP traps from supported configured printer (Optional*)

6110

TCP/UDP

Lexmark collection port and printer (Optional*)

9300

UDP

Lexmark collection port and printer

*Contact Lexmark installation person if a feature using this port is to be enabled

Ports used by LDSS

Note: 

Ports 9700 and 9701 are the ports that the LDSS server listens on for client connections. The ScanBack Utility listens on a port in the 9700 - 9750 range. The rest are ports the LDSS server actually connects to.

Port NumberNameFunction

9700

sblisten

Receives jobs from clients

9701

sbserver

Server firebolt socket

9702

ddcfwait

Receives job confirmation from sbserver and sblisten

9705 - 9750

ScanBack utility

Tries 9705 first and increments until an unused port is found

Ports used by MFP products

Port NumberFunction

80

Printer web server

5000

Enhanced MFP object store, ESF Utility uses this port

9100

Basic Print Data Port

9400

Printing with print confirmation

9500

NPA query to printer

10080

Enhanced MFP web server

Ports used by VNC Viewer

Port NumberFirmware Starts WithPort NumberTypeFunction

Older than 2012 generation

Anything other than "M", "C", or "LW"

5899-5900

TCP

Remote Operator Panel & external VNC viewer.

2012-2014 generation

"LW"

5899-5900

TCP

Remote Operator Panel (http & https)

2016-2021 generation

"M" or "C"

5901-5902

TCP

External VNC viewer & Remote Operator Panel

Ports used by Device Deployment Utility

Port NumberFunction
Firmware Deployment

9100

Unsecured Socket

443

Secured (HTTPS)

UCF and VCC Bundle Deployment

80

Unsecured (HTTP)

443

Secured (HTTPS)

CA Certificate Deployment

5000

Unsecured objectstore

6100

Secured objectstore

ESF App Deployment

21

Unsecured and Secured FTP

Note: 

ESF can be deployed through SOCKET (9100). For this, modify ddu-2.2.0.1\config\device-config.xml file's <packageDeployProtocol defaultProtocol='FTP'> with the following entry:

<packageDeployProtocol defaultProtocol='SOCKET'>.

Lex License Deployment (for 2012 models MX, CX, MS, and CS)

80

Unsecured (HTTP)

443

Secured (HTTPS)

Fnp License Deployment (for any other printers before 2012)

5000

Unsecured objectstore

6100

Secured objectstore

Note: 

Before deployment, printer communication uses all or some of the following ports:

  • 9200
  • 9300/UDP
  • 9301/UDP
  • 9302 (NPAP)
  • Objectstore 5000 and 6100

Discovery uses all or some of the following ports:

  • 161 (SNMP)
  • 9200
  • 9300/UDP
  • 9301/UDP
  • 9302 (NPAP)/UDP
  • 5353 (MDNS)

Ports used by MarkVision Enterprise

Port NumberTypeFunction
Server to Device communication

20 - 21

TCP

Generic File Downloads (FTP)

69

UDP

Firmware updates and Generic File Downloads (TFTP)

80

TCP

Generic or Configuration File Downloads (HTTP)

161

UDP

Discovery of and communication with Lexmark and third-party network printers (SNMP)

443

TCP

Configuration File Downloads (HTTPS)

5353

UDP

Discovery of certain network printers and determining the security capabilities of devices (mDNS)

6000

UDP

Communication with network printers (XMLNT)

6100

TCP/UDP

Ephemeral, encrypted communication with network printers (LST)

6110

TCP

Encrypted communication with network printers (LST)

9100

TCP

Generic or Configuration File Downloads (Raw Print Port)

9187

UDP

Communication with network printers (NPAP/XMLNT)

9300

UDP

Communication with network printers (NPAP)

Device to Server communication

9187

UDP

Generating and receiving alerts (NPAP)

9300

UDP

Generating and receiving alerts (NPAP)

Server to Database communication

1433

TCP

Communication with SQL server

3050

TCP

Communication with Firebird database

Client to Server communication

9788

TCP

Port and protocol used during communication from the flex or browser client to the MarkVision Server

Messaging and Alerts – MarkVision Server to Mail Server

25

TCP

SMTP, Provides e-mail functionality used to receive alerts from devices

MarkVision Server to LDAP Server communication

389

TCP

Port to which the LDAP Server has been configured to listen Authentication of MarkVision Enterprise users using an LDAP Server

88

UDP

Default Kerberos Authentication Service port

5000

TCP

Communication with network printers

9500

TCP

NPA protocol TCP communications

9501

TCP

Ports used by MarkVision Classic (MarkVision Function V5.x)

Port NumberTypeFunction

69

UDP

TFTP

161

UDP

SNMP

9200

UDP

Auto Discovery

9300

UDP

NPA Communication with Print Servers

9301

UDP

NPA Acknowledgements

9400

TCP

Print Data Channel

Ports used by MarkVision Professional (MarkVision Professional V10.x)

Port NumberTypeFunction
MVP Server

21

TCP

FTP – for Firmware upgrades and Generic File Downloads

53

TCP

Domain Name Server (DNS); reverse name lookup

69

UDP

TFTP – for Firmware upgrades and Generic File Downloads

161

UDP

SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol)

427

UDP

SLP (as an alternative means of device discovery)

5353

UDP

Host-Config discovery of print servers

6000

UDP

XML communication w/ high-end devices

6100

UDP

Secure (encrypted) communication w/ printers

6110

TCP

Secure (SSL) channel negotiation w/ printers

Lexmark SSL port for updating firmware, this cannot be closed

9100

TCP

Use to bypass FTP – Generic File Transfer Method

9189

UDP

Debug server port, Establishing Telnet sessions with the MarkVision Server

9200

UDP

Auto Discovery (pre MVP 6.0 only)

9300

UDP

NPAP communication with print servers

9301

UDP

NPA acknowledgements

9400

TCP

Print data channel

Note: 

MarkVision Server can also be configured to communicate using NPAP or LPA over IPX. Connection types and their common uses are listed below.

0x83C1 IPX

Legacy LPA communication

0x83C4 IPX

NPA communication with print servers

0x861C IPX

Legacy NPA communication

MVP Server Communication (Clients)

9180

TCP

MarkVision’s Web Server HTTP Interface port (MVP Server Web Page), by default

9184

UDP

Server SLP port; uses SLP to locate MarkVision Servers

9188

TCP

JAVA Desktop Application (Java RMI port between MVP Clients and Server)

1780

-

SSL Client connection

MVP Authentication

389

TCP

LDAP (default and customized)

636

TCP/UDP

LDAP with SSL

MVP Database connectivity (MVP 10.2 and 11.0 restricted plugin)

1521

TCP

Oracle database connectivity

1433

TCP

MS SQL server

MVP Queue Management feature

137

TCP/UDP

Netbios ssn (NetBIOS Name Service)

139

TCP/UDP

Netbios ds (NetBIOS Session Service)

445

TCP

Microsoft-DS Active Directory, Windows shares

Note: 

Please see this article for more details.

Related articles

For a complete list of TCP/IP ports, please see http://www.iana.org/assignments/port-numbers.

LEGACY ID: FA642

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