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Printer sending RST, ACK to computer continuously without pending job

So I ran a scan on my network today and noticed that my printer's IP address 192.168.1.5 is continually sending RST, ACK packets to my computer's IP address 192.168.1.3 I also noticed that the port numbers used are in the really high range and that struck me as odd. And after going through the scan I noticed it keeps changing port numbers. I don't know if my printer has been infected with something and it is trying to run a port scan on my computer or if something else is going wrong. I would appreciate any insight into what could be causing this. Also when I performed the scan I had no pending jobs for the printer. I will attack a screen shot of the scan to give you a better picture to what I am seeing

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Thank you again for any help or insight.

Printer sending RST, ACK to computer continuously without pending job

So I ran a scan on my network today and noticed that my printer's IP address 192.168.1.5 is continually sending RST, ACK packets to my computer's IP address 192.168.1.3 I also noticed that the port numbers used are in the really high range and that struck me as odd. And after going through the scan I noticed it keeps changing port numbers. I don't know if my printer has been infected with something and it is trying to run a port scan on my computer or if something else is going wrong. I would appreciate any insight into what could be causing this. Also when I performed the scan I had no pending jobs for the printer. I will attack a screen shot of the scan to give you a better picture to what I am seeing

image description![image description]https://photos.app.goo.gl/evWoGcfeV8uAJzh83

Thank you again for any help or insight.

Printer sending RST, ACK to computer continuously without pending job

So I ran a scan on my network today and noticed that my printer's IP address 192.168.1.5 is continually sending RST, ACK packets to my computer's IP address 192.168.1.3 I also noticed that the port numbers used are in the really high range and that struck me as odd. And after going through the scan I noticed it keeps changing port numbers. I don't know if my printer has been infected with something and it is trying to run a port scan on my computer or if something else is going wrong. I would appreciate any insight into what could be causing this. Also when I performed the scan I had no pending jobs for the printer. I will attack a screen shot of the scan to give you a better picture to what I am seeing

![image description]https://photos.app.goo.gl/evWoGcfeV8uAJzh83description] https://photos.app.goo.gl/evWoGcfeV8uAJzh83

Thank you again for any help or insight.