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For security ion my network reasons i would like to turn off the Telnet and FTP printing options.. will this affect users printing internally? or have any concerns i will need to deal with later.
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Telnet's for administration and configuration. FTP's for transfering firmware and logs.

You can disable them. And, reenable when you need. It will not impact your users.

Usual ports on printers:
TCP 80 (HTTP)
TCP 443 (HTTPS)
UDP 137 (WINS)
UDP 161 (SNMP)
UDP 162 (SNMP Traps)
TCP 515 (LPR/LPD)
TCP 631 (IPP)
TCP 5000 (XML)
TCP 5001 (IPDS)
UDP 5353 (MDNS)
TCP 8000 (HTTP)
TCP 9000 (Telnet)
TCP 9100 (Raw Print)
TCP 9200 (IR Alerts)
UDP 9200 (Discovery)
UDP 9300 (NPAP)
TCP 9400 (Lexmark Print Port)
TCP 9500 (NPAP)
TCP 9600 (IPDS)
UDP 9700 (Plug-n-Print)
TCP 10000 (Telnet)
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thank you :)
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Thanks for the grade. Good luck.
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