Firewall settings in Stratocast™ - Stratocast™

Stratocast™ Integrator Guide

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Stratocast™
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2020-09-11

The ports must be open and redirected for firewall and network address translation purposes.

The following diagram illustrates the ports that you must open for each application.

Ports to open for each application

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Encrypted video stream (TCP)
Encrypted communication 128-256 bit SSL or TLS (RSA or AES) and password authentication
H.264 video stream

Ports used by web client

The following table lists the ports that you must open for outbound traffic, so that the web client can connect to Stratocast™.

Outbound Port usage
TCP 80, 443 Portal page
TCP 943 Security validation port
TCP 4530 Video streaming port

Ports used by mobile apps (iOS and Android)

The following table lists the ports that you must open for outbound traffic, so that your mobile devices can connect to Stratocast™.

Outbound Port usage
TCP 443, 5223 iOS push notifications
TCP 5228, 5229, 5230 Android push notifications
TCP 18100 Control commands
TCP 18101 - 19101 (inclusive) Video streaming port

Ports used by video units

The following table lists the ports that you must open for outbound traffic, so that your video unit can connect to Stratocast™.

Video unit Outbound Port usage Destination IP
Axis TCP 80, 443, 8080, 8081 HTTP communication Axis dispatch servers 87.237.215.80, 124.35.144.186, 195.60.68.120, 195.60.68.121, 206.71.169.189
TCP 21001 - 21050 (inclusive) Camera video streaming  
Bosch, Hanwha, Mobotix, Vivotek TCP 80, 443, 22000 Communication  
TCP 22001 - 22050 (inclusive) Camera video streaming  
All TCP and UDP 53 direct to 8.8.8.8 and 8.8.4.4 Google DNS servers  

Ports used by Security Center Federation™

The following table lists the ports that you must open for outbound traffic, so that Security Center users can connect to Stratocast™.

Outbound Port usage
TCP 5500 Control commands
TCP 556 Video streaming port