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Device Information Delivery
Confirm Department ID PIN
TCP 515
TCP 631
IPP (Internet Printing Protocol)
TCP 8000
World Wide Web HTTP for MEAP
TCP 9100
Standard TCP/IP Printer (RAW)
Simple Network Management
UDP 161
* Used ports and default port settings may vary per model. Please consult your device manuals or contact your service
technician for additional details
IP Address Filtering
Using the RX/Print Settings function, the System Manager can limit network access to the device to
specific IP addresses or ranges for printing and Settings/Browsing. Up to eight individual or consecutive
address settings can be specified. Subsequently, the System Manager can also choose to permit a range of
addresses, but reject specific addresses within that range.
Media Access Control (MAC) Filtering
MAC address filtering is useful for smaller networks where administrators can manage controls for specific
systems, regardless of the subnet to which they happen to be connected. For environments using Dynamic
Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) for IP address assignments, MAC address filtering can avoid issues
that are caused when DHCP leases expire and a new IP address is issued to a system. As with IP address
filters, MAC address filters can be used to allow or deny access to specific addresses. Up to 100 MAC
addresses can be registered and easily added, edited, or deleted through the Remote UI interface. MAC
address filters take a higher priority than the IP address filters; so necessary systems can be allowed or
denied, even if the system's IP address would dictate otherwise.
SSL Encryption
Many organizations are quite diligent about protecting data as it is transferred between PCs and servers or
from one PC to another. However, when it comes to transmitting that same data to and from the MFP
device, it is almost always sent in clear text. As a result, it may be possible to capture all the data as it is
sent to the printer via the network. Canon helps mitigate this dilemma by providing Secure Socket Layer
(SSL) encryption support for some transmissions to and from the imageRUNNER device, such as Internet
protocol Printing (IPP), Internet-fax (I-fax), Remote UI, Web Access and DIDF.
IPv6 Support
IPv6 support, which is available in all imageRUNNER ADVANCE systems, provides a more secure
network infrastructure, improved traffic routing and easier management for administrators than IPv4.
Settings / Registration > Management Settings > Device
Management > Device Information Delivery Settings >
Restrict Receiving for Each Function > Select On or Off
Settings / Registration > Preferences > Network >
TCP/IP Settings > Confirm Department ID PIN > Select
Settings / Registration > Function Settings > Send > E-
Mail/I-FAX Settings > Communication Settings >
Authent./Encryption > Allow SSL (SMTP Receive),
Allow SSL (SMTP Send), and Allow SSL (POP)
Settings / Registration > Preferences > Network > Use
Settings / Registration > Preferences > Network > TCP /
IP Settings > IPP Print Settings > Select On or Off
Settings / Registration > Management Settings > License
/ Other > MEAP Settings > SSL Settings > Select On or
Settings / Registration > Preferences > Network > TCP /
IP Settings > RAW Print Settings > Select On or Off
Settings / Registration > Preferences > Network > TCP /
IP Settings > SNTP Settings > Select On or Off
On or Off
Spool Function > Select On or Off
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Disabling this protocol will cease Printing over
Disabling this protocol will cause Printing over IPP
protocol to stop.
Disabling this feature disables access to MEAP
SMS Page and other MEAP applications such as
iWAM for MEAP.
Disabling this feature causes Printing over Std
TCP/IP protocol to stop.
Disabling this feature will result in imageRUNNER
devices not being discovered or manageable by
device management utilities such as iWEMC.



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