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Hi,

 

We would like to use network printing and cloud functionality but it is not working so far. Do you know, which ports are used for there functionalities?

 

Thanks in advance! 🙂

 

Yours,

Frowin

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Posted · Cura network printing and Cloud

Hi!

 

Ultimaker uses port 443 (https) on every connection to the cloud. Whitelisting this port on the *.ultimaker.com range should do the trick.

If there's other issue with setting it up, please let me know (I'm in the team that develops Ultimaker Cloud).

 

Chris

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Posted (edited) · Cura network printing and Cloud

Thank you very much 🙂 Does it also hold for Cura network printing? I recognized that the camera stream uses 8080... 

 

University networks are quite complex and I would like to get this network printing work over VPN etc.

 

I appreciate your help! Greetings from Germany 🙂 

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Posted · Cura network printing and Cloud

Cura uses port 80 (API) and 8080 (camera) to communicate to the printer on the local network. It also uses bonjour (zeroconf) discovery if you want automatic detection.

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