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Axis 1610 Print server and Windows Firewall

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I want my Windows firewall to be enabled but enbling it blocks my Axis print server.  How do I create an exception for this to work?
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by:rm304
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Is this possible or do I have to disable it?  
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by:crissand
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Open port 9100 for printer1, 9101 for printer2: this is usually used for tcp/ip printing. For management opent ports 80 and 1566. If you use lpd open port 515. For ftp printing open port 20. Older Axis use port 6001. Test and keep open only the ports you need.
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by:rm304
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I'll try that and get back to you, thanks for your input...
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by:rm304
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I eventually called Cannon and got a tech on the line. I had to open UDP port 10260
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by:crissand
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Correct, is the WIMP port.
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I forgot about it, ask for a refund.
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by:rm304
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You put me on the right track. Thanks
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by:crissand
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Oh, thank you!
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