DRS Communication Port Reference

The following tables provide general information on ports and protocols for DRS server and unified or combined clients. The component Help files contain information on configuring the components.

Table 1. DRS and Unified or Combined Client ports

Component name

Device Display Menu Protocol

Device File Transport Protocol

Default Communication Port Numbers

Port Modifiable?

Required Device Components and Notes

DRS server HTTP, HTTPS HTTP, HTTPS
  • Web server: 8753
  • REST-based web service: 8755
  • Client Server: 9000
  • Web client: 9000
  • Yes
 

Unified Client for Canon

HTTP, HTTPS HTTP, HTTPS
  • None
  • Yes

The 8443 port (outgoing port with HTTPS) is device port used for configuration.

Combined Client for Konica Minolta

HTTP, HTTPS

FTP/WebDAV

  • Web application: 3348

Device setting for web server

  • OpenAPI: 50001
  • OpenAPI SSL/TLS: 50003

TCP Socket setting

  • 59158
  • SSL/TLS: 59159
  • ASCII mode: 59160
  • Yes (except for Web server Open API SSL/TLS)

The Web application port number should match the component setting in AutoStore (or the Output Manager setting when not using AutoStore).

Combined Client for Ricoh

HTTP, HTTPS

HTTP, HTTPS

AutoStore application port:

  • AutoStore server: 8084

Output Manager application port:

  • 8068
  • (SSL): 8069

Ricoh ESA (internal device components):

  • 9999
  • Yes

Xlet

Java Xlet VM card with AutoStore Xlet on the device for communication with the AutoStore server.

Unified Client for Ricoh SOP

HTTP, HTTPS HTTP, HTTPS

AutoStore application port:

  • AutoStore server: 3350

Output Manager application port:

  • 8068
  • (SSL): 8069

Equitrac

  • 8443

Ricoh SOP (internal device components):

  • 51443
 

The 51443 port is used by Ricoh SOP devices for collecting and configuring device information.

Unified Client for Xerox

HTTP, HTTPS

FTP/SMB

Output Manager server ports:

  • HTTPS: 8069
  • HTTP: 8068
  • nettcp: 8070

Web app port:

  • 3241

Yes

No applet

IIS web application connects to the AutoStore web service. The device connects to the IIS web application.