If you need to adjust your firewall, it is recommended to allow MyQ processes in the firewall and not particular ports. If you allow particular ports, MyQ may stop working if:

  1. you change port settings in MyQ, or

  2. you upgrade to a newer version and the port specification has changed.

Incoming Ports

The server is listening on the following ports (does not include private ports):

Protocol

Port

Configurable

Description

TCP

8083

Yes
(MyQ Easy Config)

HTTP protocol for accessing the MyQ Web interface and REST API.

TCP

8093

Yes
(MyQ Easy Config)

HTTPS protocol for accessing the MyQ Web interface and REST API.

Outgoing Ports

The server is connecting to the following ports (does not include localhost connections):

Protocol

Port

Description

TCP

443

  • License activation server. The MyQ license server address is license2.myq.cz.
    The old MyQ license server address is license.myq.cz.

  • Other enabled services from Settings→External Systems (Microsoft Exchange Online)

You can also set up additional services that require further configuration and their port will often differ:

Protocol

Port

Default

Description

TCP

Custom

25/467/587

Connection to SMTP server for sending outgoing emails from MyQ.

TCP

Custom

386/636/1812

Connection to Authentication server(s) (LDAP, Radius, ...) for user authentication/synchronization.

TCP

Custom

8090

Site server(s) connection.

TCP

Custom

-

Connection to External credit account.


For a complete list of the ports used by Site servers, check Main communication ports in the MyQ Print Server guide.