I believe that I know what is happening. By default the VersaLink model Xerox machines, like your Workcentre 6515, set the primary network to ethernet when they are connected to both ethernet and WiFi. To scan over WiFi I think that you'll need to change the primary network to WiFi.
Here is an excerpt from the Xerox support site article for configuring WiFi on your device. This setting is changed in the Embedded Web Server (EWS) via your browser.
To configure the TCP/IP common settings:
This has been the solution for many customers that I have assisted in the past.
I think I have a wifi connectivity problem related to the HTTP port.
When I try to scan a document from the MFP using windows scanning software, I get an error message regarding http connectivity. This only happens if I connect the printer via wifi, if I connect the printer via ethernet or USB, in these cases there is no problem and I can scan correctly. Report that I can print without problem via wifi, it only fails when scanning via wifi, it is strange.
I have installed the scanner using Xerox Scan Experience Tool 18.104.22.168_x64. I have added the IP assigned by the router and it has installed the driver without problem (I can see the scanner installed in the device manager).
I am not sure if I should configure any parameters within the printer or perhaps within my router. Maybe it's a windows problem? any firewall rules? The truth is that I do not know.
In these types of cases, what usually goes wrong?
Thank you very much for your help.
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