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Changing Network Detection Port


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Posted · Changing Network Detection Port

Hopefully someone with more experience with Cura can advise on this, I'm currently trying to setup the Wi-Fi connection to a Monoprice Mini Delta V2 and I have been digging around in various documents all afternoon trying to find what the issue is, essentially it boils down to Cura wanting port 5353 open for initial detection and after testing the printer the only port that's open is port 80.  Is there a way to either switch the detection port to 80 within Cura or be able to manually edit a printer config file to add the right IP and port and skip the detection?

 

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    Posted · Changing Network Detection Port

    The Cura builtin network functionality (print over network) is only working with Ultimaker printers, so changing the port alone will not help in your case.

     

    You can use one of the plugins like the Octoprint plugin, but I don't know if your printer is working with Octoprint.

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