IP-Filter, if installed as a package, puts its binaries and man pages under /opt/ipf and the configuration files under /etc/opt/ipf Once you have installed IP-Filter, there is very little you need to do to set up NAT.Unix systems tend to be very helpful when supplying services to the outside world. Naturally, these services are magnets to hackers and, now that you have a Unix system connected to the Internet, your private network is vulnerable.If you have to do your own packet filtering and assuming that you simply want all your outgoing connections to work and any attempts at incoming connections to be blocked, you can set up a simple set of IP-Filter rules for just that purpose.
i was that error on another device, it had something todo with passive/active FTP tranfer
can you have a look in the system settings of the 7120 if you can disable/enable passive mode?
if you dont find the setting , then a hidden code must be entered on the 7120, but you need to contact xerox for that code, i dont have it for the 7120 , only for other devices, but they are most of the times different
IP Filter enabled
Xerox is on one IP
IP of FTP Server is in Allowed list
Configured WorkFlow scanning.
FTP server works in Passive mode.
If IP filter is off - ftp scan is transferd. and everything is Ok.
If IP filter is On - we get 016-593 error.Unbound ports Port 7 - TCP - source and Dest Port 21 - TCP - source and dest