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Created: 2-Sep-2011 5:27:05 PM
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Ports used in Aimetis Symphony Versions 6 and earlier

Guidelines

Live port always ends in 0 or 6.
Config port always ends in 1 or 7.
Historical port always ends in 2 or 8.
XmlStream port always ends in 3 or 9.

Current port allocation scheme:
xxxx0: Cameras 0 - 4999: Live video.
xxxx1: Cameras 0 - 4999: Control port.
xxxx2: Cameras 0 - 4999: Historical video.
xxxx3: Cameras 0 - 4999: Xml stream (disabled).
50005: VideoWall.
xxxx6: Cameras 5000 - 9999: Live video.
xxxx7: Cameras 5000 - 9999: Control port.
xxxx8: Cameras 5000 - 9999: Historical video.
xxxx9: Cameras 5000 - 9999: Xml stream (disabled).

xxxx4 and xxxx5 are free

Cameras 0 - 999: 50000 + CamId * 10. The three 0's in the middle are the camera ID.
Cameras 1000 - 4999: CamId * 10. The first 4 digits are the camera ID.
Cameras 5000 - 5999: Start at 50006.
Cameras 6000 - 9999: Start at 10006.

External ports. The user can change the base port in the UI.
The base port should never be below 6000.

Ports Map

50000 - Web
50001 - Aira
50002 - Intel Send / Multicast / SSO soap (deprecated since 6.11)
50003 - RPC
50004 - SSO (SSOAuth <--> IS)
50005 - VideoWall

Camera Ports

001 1000 5000 6000 7000 8000 9000
999 4999 5999 6999 7999 8999 9999
--- ---- ---- ---- ---- ---- ----
5xxx0 xxxx0 5xxx6 1xxx6 2xxx6 3xxx6 4xxx6 Live
5xxx1 xxxx1 5xxx7 1xxx7 2xxx7 3xxx7 4xxx7 Control
5xxx2 xxxx2 5xxx8 1xxx8 2xxx8 3xxx8 4xxx8 Historical
5xxx3 xxxx3 5xxx9 1xxx9 2xxx9 3xxx9 4xxx9 Intel stream

Camera IDs over 10,000 are not supported

Multi Server Farm Ports

1433 outbound rule for SQL server TCP port on SQL server firewall
5045 inbound rule for UDP port on both servers

For Version 6 and above, the following ports are used:
5041 access control
5045 health checks
50000 (WebServer)
50001 (WebService - control and notification port)
50002 (Server-side port for SSO authentication requests in Symphony versions earlier than 6.11.1)*
50004 (TCP server-side port for server-side sub-services)*
50010 (Live streaming, camera 1)
50012 (Historical streaming, camera 1)
50014 - https
50015 (Server-side port for SSO authentication requests in Symphony 6.11.1 and later)*
50020 (Live streaming, camera 2)
50022 (Historical streaming, camera 2)
50030 (Live streaming, camera 3)
50032 (Historical streaming, camera 3)
50040 (Live streaming, camera 4)
50042 (Historical streaming, camera 4)
50050 (Live streaming, camera 5)
50052 (Historical streaming, camera 5)
50040 (Live streaming, camera 4)
50042 (Historical streaming, camera 4)
50050 (Live streaming, camera 5)
50052 (Historical streaming, camera 5)
50060 (Live streaming, camera 6)
50062 (Historical streaming, camera 6)
50070 (Live streaming, camera 7)
50072 (Historical streaming, camera 7)
50080 (Live streaming, camera 8)
50082 (Historical streaming, camera 8)
50090 (Live streaming, camera 9)
50092 (Historical streaming, camera 9)
50100 (Live streaming, camera 10)
50102 (Historical streaming, camera 10)
50110 (Live streaming, camera 11)
50112 (Historical streaming, camera 11)
50120 (Live streaming, camera 12)
50122 (Historical streaming, camera 12)
Follow that structure for more cameras (50130, 50132 for Cam 13...)

*Ports for Single Sign-On (SSO)
Port Details
50002

Legacy Symphony SSO protocol (Symphony versions earlier than 6.11.1)

Not compatible with stronger encryption algos for Windows Kerberos/AD authentication such as AES-256 (only algos equal or weaker than AES-128 are supported. Example: RC4, RC5, DES, 3DES, AES-128).

If SSO is required then the client must open the firewall outbound access to that port.

50004 A TCP port open on the server side, to serve requests coming from other server-side sub-services. NO special firewall rules are needed for that on the client.
50015 Symphony SSO protocol (Symphony 6.11.1 and later). Supports everything that the legacy can support, but in addition, can support newer/stronger cryptography, for example: AES-256.


For Version 5.4.x, the following ports are used:
50000 (WebServer)
50001 (WebService)
50002 (Multicaster)
50010 (Live streaming, camera 1)
50012 (Historical streaming, camera 1)
50020 (Live streaming, camera 2)
50022 (Historical streaming, camera 2)
50030 (Live streaming, camera 3)
50032 (Historical streaming, camera 3)
50040 (Live streaming, camera 4)
50042 (Historical streaming, camera 4)
50050 (Live streaming, camera 5)
50052 (Historical streaming, camera 5)
50060 (Live streaming, camera 6)
50062 (Historical streaming, camera 6)
50070 (Live streaming, camera 7)
50072 (Historical streaming, camera 7)
50080 (Live streaming, camera 8)
50082 (Historical streaming, camera 8)
50090 (Live streaming, camera 9)
50092 (Historical streaming, camera 9)
50100 (Live streaming, camera 10)
50102 (Historical streaming, camera 10)
50110 (Live streaming, camera 11)
50112 (Historical streaming, camera 11)
50120 (Live streaming, camera 12)
50122 (Historical streaming, camera 12)
Follow that structure for more cameras (50130, 50132 for Cam 13...)

If you are using Version 4, Version 5.1.x, 5.2.x or 5.3.x, the following ports are used:
50000 (WebServer)
50001 (WebService)
5021 (Multicaster)
50100 (Live streaming, camera 1)
50102 (Historical streaming, camera 1)
50200 (Live streaming, camera 2)
50202 (Historical streaming, camera 2)
50300 (Live streaming, camera 3)
50302 (Historical streaming, camera 3)
50400 (Live streaming, camera 4)
50402 (Historical streaming, camera 4)
50500 (Live streaming, camera 5)
50502 (Historical streaming, camera 5)
50600 (Live streaming, camera 6)
50602 (Historical streaming, camera 6)
50700 (Live streaming, camera 7)
50702 (Historical streaming, camera 7)
50802 (Live streaming, camera 8)
50802 (Historical streaming, camera 8)
50900 (Live streaming, camera 9)
50902 (Historical streaming, camera 9)
51000 (Live streaming, camera 10)
51002 (Historical streaming, camera 10)
51100 (Live streaming, camera 11)
51102 (Historical streaming, camera 11)
51200 (Live streaming, camera 12)
51202 (Historical streaming, camera 12)
Follow that structure for more cameras (51300, 51320 for Cam 13...)

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