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.

Terminal packages may use additional ports. Check the particular terminal package specification for details. 

Incoming Ports

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

Protocol

Port

Configurable

Description

TCP

21

Yes (WebUI)

FTP protocol for receiving scans. The server runs only in passive mode and each data connection runs over a dynamic port in the 49152 - 65535 range.

TCP

25

Yes (WebUI)

SMTP protocol for Scan Management function, receiving email notifications from printers, and for receiving emails with jobs.

TCP

587

Yes (WebUI)

SMTPS protocol. Used in the same scenarios as SMTP.

TCP

515

Yes (WebUI)

LPR protocol for print job transmission to the MyQ server.

TCP

9100

Yes (WebUI)

RAW protocol for print job transmission to the MyQ server.

TCP

8631

Yes (WebUI)

IPPS protocol for print job transmission to the MyQ server.

TCP

8632

Yes (WebUI)

AirPrint/MOPRIA protocol for print job transmission to the MyQ server.

TCP

8090

Yes (Easy Config)

HTTP protocol for accessing MyQ web interface, communication with Embedded terminals and job roaming among MyQ servers.

UDP

11112

No

Communication with MDC (Former SJM and SPS). The answer is returned on a dynamic port in the 49152 - 65535 range.

UDP

11108

No

Communication with old terminals (7.6 and older).

TCP

8080

Yes (Easy Config)

Upgrade only.

Obsolete HTTP protocol for accessing MyQ web interface, communication with Embedded terminals and job roaming among MyQ servers.

Can be removed in Easy Config and only 8090 can be used.

PM Server:

Protocol

Port

Configurable

Description

TCP

631

No

Port for Mobile print via IPP.

TCP

717

No

Port for Mobile print via IPPS.

TCP

9090, 9091

No

Necessary for remote setup of Kyocera embedded terminals.

TCP

9092

No

Felica reader

TCP

9093

Yes (WebUI)

Authentication / Authorization.

TCP

9094

No

Driver access, mobile access.

TCP

9095

Yes (WebUI)

Spooler service.

TCP

9097

Yes (WebUI)

Log information event.

TCP

9098

Yes (WebUI)

Job status event.

TCP

9099

Yes (WebUI)

Thrift access.

TCP

9101

No

User session service.

Outgoing Ports

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

Protocol

Port

Description

TCP

443

  • IPPS protocol for print job transmission from MyQ to printing devices.

  • 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 Universal Print, One Drive, ...)

TCP

515

LPR protocol for print job transmission from MyQ to printing devices.

TCP

631

IPP protocol for print job transmission from MyQ to printing devices.

TCP

9100

Raw protocol for print job transmission from MyQ to printing devices.

TCP

10040

MPP/MPPS protocol for print job transmission from MyQ to printing devices.

UDP

11108

Communication with old terminals (7.6 and older).

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

Protocol

Port

Default

Description

TCP

Custom

110

Connection to email server via POP3 protocol for receiving jobs via email.

TCP

Custom

143/993

Connection to email server via IMAP/IMAPS protocol for receiving jobs via email.

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

8093

Connection to MyQ Central Server.

TCP

Custom

161

SNMP protocol for communication with printing devices. Answer from printer is returned on a dynamic port. 

TCP

Custom

-

Connection to External credit account.

MyQ can connect to dynamic ports in the following contexts:

Protocol

Port

Description

UDP

Dynamic

Communication with MDC (Former SJM and SPS). The port range is 49152 - 65535.

Embedded Packages Ports

Kyocera

If SSL is on, it's used for the following events:

Events are notified internally to the embedded application. No network communication is used.

MyQ Server

(Protocol: Port - Description)

  • HTTP or HTTPS: 8090 (default) - it depends on the configuration in MyQ Easy Config.

  • SMTP: 25 (default) - it depends on the port configured in MyQ, Settings, Network, SMTP. Used for Panel Scan to email)

Package

(Protocol: Port - Description)

HTTP: 8081 to 8089 (default) - It depends on the port selected during the installation of the package on the server. This is used only in localhost.

Kyocera 8.0+
A random TCP port is opened on each package service start/restart, to be used for receiving scans over FTP. The package then tries to configure the Windows firewall to open the port for outside connections.

Printer

(Protocol: Port - Description)

TCP: 11108 - TCP link to device. Usage: Receive requests from Package.

TCP: 10040 - Usage: Use printer as a proxy for TCP communication.

UDP: 11108 in - UDP Link to device. Multipurpose. It dispatches all the received UDP packages. Usage: Receive requests to get local jobs.

UDP: 11108 out - Send broadcast to printers. GetJobs (Local Spooling)

TCP: 10030 - TCP link to device. Usage: Receive requests or responses from other devices.

TCP: 10010 - Usage: Receive raw data of print jobs for local direct print job.

TCP: 10011 - Usage: Receive raw data of print jobs for local hold job.

TCP: 10013 - Usage: Receive raw data of print jobs for local delegate job.

TCP: 10020 - Usage: Receive raw data of print jobs for local LPR jobs.

TCP: 10012 - Usage: Receive raw data of print jobs for local pull print jobs (Pull Print).


Note: Other ports used by the printer (common for all printers. Eg 9100 for raw printing, etc.).

HP

If SSL is on, it's used for the following events:

All types of events go through SSL

MyQ Server

(Protocol: Port - Description)

  • HTTP or HTTPS: 8090 (default) - it depends on the configuration in MyQ Easy Config.

  • SMTP: 25 (default) - it depends on the port configured in MyQ, Settings, Network, SMTP. Used for Panel Scan to email)

Package

(Protocol: Port - Description)

HTTP: 8081 to 8089 (default) - It depends on the port selected during the installation of the package on the server. This is used only in localhost.

Printer

(Protocol: Port - Description)

57627 - non SSL

7627 - SSL

Toshiba

If SSL is on, it's used for the following events:

All types of events go through SSL

MyQ Server

(Protocol: Port - Description)

  • HTTP or HTTPS: 8090 (default) - it depends on the configuration in MyQ Easy Config.

  • SMTP: 25 (default) - it depends on the port configured in MyQ, Settings, Network, SMTP. Used for Panel Scan to email)

Package

(Protocol: Port - Description)

HTTP: 8081 to 8089 (default) - It depends on the port selected during the installation of the package on the server. This is used only in localhost.

Printer

(Protocol: Port - Description)

50083 - for calling Event Source manager of the machine

49629 (46930 for secure connection) - for calling Output Management Service of the machine

Xerox

If SSL is on, it's used for the following events:

Always SSL

MyQ Server

(Protocol: Port - Description)

  • HTTP or HTTPS: 8090 (default) - it depends on the configuration in MyQ Easy Config.

  • SMTP: 25 (default) - it depends on the port configured in MyQ, Settings, Network, SMTP. Used for Panel Scan to email)

Package

(Protocol: Port - Description)

HTTP: 8081 to 8089 (default) - It depends on the port selected during the installation of the package on the server. This is used only in localhost.

Printer

(Protocol: Port - Description)

HTTP: 80 - Used to access to Xerox EIP

SNMP: 161 - Used to set up the configuration of the printer.

Canon

If SSL is on, it's used for the following events:

Events are notified internally to the embedded application. No network communication is used.

MyQ Server

(Protocol: Port - Description)

  • HTTP or HTTPS: 8090 (default) - it depends on the configuration in MyQ Easy Config.

  • SMTP: 25 (default) - it depends on the port configured in MyQ, Settings, Network, SMTP. Used for Panel Scan to email)

Package

(Protocol: Port - Description)

HTTP: 8081 to 8089 (default) - It depends on the port selected during the installation of the package on the server. This is used only in localhost.

Printer

(Protocol: Port - Description)

TCP: 11108 - TCP link to device. Usage: Receive requests from Package.

TCP: 10040 - Usage: Use printer as a proxy for TCP communication.


Note: Other ports used by the printer (common for all printers. Eg 9100 for raw printing, etc.).

Ricoh

If SSL is on, it's used for the following events:

Events are notified internally to the embedded application. No network communication is used.

Printer

(Protocol: Port - Description)

TCP: 49109 - sends live application logs from the device.

TCP: 11108 - TCP link to device. Usage: Receive requests from Package.

TCP: 10040 - Usage: Use printer as a proxy for TCP communication.

UDP: 11108 in - UDP Link to device. Multipurpose. It dispatches all the received UDP packages. Usage: Receive requests to get local jobs.

UDP: 11108 out - Send broadcast to printers. GetJobs (Local Spooling)

TCP: 10030 - TCP link to device. Usage: Receive requests or responses from other devices.

TCP: 10010 - Usage: Receive raw data of print jobs for local direct print job.

TCP: 10011 - Usage: Receive raw data of print jobs for local hold job.

TCP: 10013 - Usage: Receive raw data of print jobs for local delegate job.

TCP: 10020 - Usage: Receive raw data of print jobs for local LPR jobs.

TCP: 10012 - Usage: Receive raw data of print jobs for local pull print jobs (Pull Print).

Note: Other ports used by the printer (common for all printers. Eg 9100 for raw printing, etc.).

Sharp

If SSL is on, it's used for the following events:

All types of events go through SSL

MyQ Server

(Protocol: Port - Description)

  • HTTP or HTTPS: 8090 (default) - it depends on the configuration in MyQ Easy Config.

  • SMTP: 25 (default) - it depends on the port configured in MyQ, Settings, Network, SMTP. Used for Panel Scan to email)

Package

(Protocol: Port - Description)

HTTP: 8081 to 8089 (default) - It depends on the port selected during the installation of the package on the server. This is used only in localhost.

Printer

(Protocol: Port - Description)

HTTP or HTTPS (depends on "Allow unsecure communication" in MyQ Easy Config).

Default ports for Sharp OSA (Extended Platform):

  • HTTP: 10080

  • HTTPS: 10443

Otherwise any port from the 0-65535 range

Epson

If SSL is on, it's used for the following events:

All types of events go through SSL

MyQ Server

(Protocol: Port - Description)

  • HTTP or HTTPS: 8090 (default) - it depends on the configuration in MyQ Easy Config.

  • SMTP: 25 (default) - it depends on the port configured in MyQ, Settings, Network, SMTP. Used for Panel Scan to email)

Package

(Protocol: Port - Description)

HTTP: 8081 to 8089 (default) - It depends on the port selected during the installation of the package on the server. This is used only in localhost.

Printer

(Protocol: Port - Description)

HTTP or HTTPS (depends on "Allow unsecure communication" in MyQ Easy Config).

Well known ports:

  • HTTP: 80

  • HTTPS: 443

Some of the above mentioned ports can be changed in case of conflicts with other applications.

Conflicts of the communication ports with other software will be revealed by the Windows socket error 10048 error message.