Frequently Asked Questions

Which network ports are used within the Command solution?

Modified on Friday, February 22, 2019 @ 12:15 PM

Answer: See the table below for TCP/IP ports used by Command Client, Admin Console and 8000/9000/RideSafe recorders to Command Enterprise Server.

 

Destination

Source

Port Used (TCP)

Purpose

CES

Command Client

80

Client software download

CES

Command Client

443

SSL Encrypted for registration, authentication, and data transport.

CES

Archiver

80

Archiver download

CES

Administrator Console

443

Registration, authentication

CES

Recorder

80

Event notification

Recorder

Command Client

8080

Video streaming

Recorder

Command Client

443

SSL Encrypted for authentication and data transport.

Recorder

CES

443

SSL Encrypted for registration, authentication, and data transport.

Recorder

Archiver

443

SSL Encrypted for registration, authentication, and data transport.

Recorder

Archiver

8080

Video streaming

Recorder

Archiver

80

Automated log collection. Note: Recorders running release 5.9.0 and higher do not require this default port for log collection.

Recorder

SSH (Putty)

22

Configuration using recorder’s Provisioning Interface commands

Recorder

Administrator Console

80 or 2804

Configuration

Archiver

Command Client

8080

Video streaming

Archiver

Command Client

444

SSL Encrypted for authentication and data transport.

Archiver

CES

444

SSL Encrypted for authentication and data transport.

Edge OS
IP devices

Recorder

1194

Recorder establishes connection to IP devices

Edge OS II (Command Edge) IP devices

Recorder

1194

Recorder establishes connection to IP devices

ME4/SE2 IP Cameras

Recorder

80

Recorder establishes connection to IP cameras

8000, 9000 and RideSafe Series NVRs

Command Mobile

443

SSL Encrypted for authentication, data transport and video streaming

8000, 9000 and RideSafe Series NVRs

Command Mobile

8080

Pre-authentication

CRS

Command Mobile

80

Pre-authentication

CRS

Command Mobile

443

SSL Encrypted for authentication, data transport and video streaming

 

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