Xerox® Security Guide for Office Class Products: AltaLink® VersaLink®
4 Network Security
Xerox products are designed to offer a high degree of security and flexibility in almost any network
environment. This section describes several aspects of the product related to network security.
TCP/IP Ports & Services
Xerox devices are robust, offering support for a wide array of services and protocols. The devices are
capable of hosting services as well as acting as a client for others. The diagram below presents a high-
level overview of inbound communications (from other hosts on the network into listening services on the
device) and outbound connections initiated by the device (acting as a client to external network services).
Inbound (Listening Services)
LPR, IPP, Raw IP, etc.
SNMP, Web interface, WebServices,
Infrastructure & Discovery Services
IPSEC, SSDP, WSD, mDNS,
Listening services (inbound ports)
The following table summarizes all potentially open ports on the product. These ports can be
enabled/disabled within the product configuration.
80 or 443
631 or 443
Web User Interface
Web Services for Products (WSD)
NETBIOS (Name Service)
NETBIOS (Datagram Service)
Out Bound (Network Client)
Built-in Scan Services
FTP, HTTP & HTTPS (TLS), SFTP
(SSH), SMB, CIFS, SMTP &
SMTPS, POP3 & POPS, etc.
LDAP & LDAPS, SMB, Kerberos.
ISAKMP (IPSec), DHCP & DHCPv6,
Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive,
and several others.