Eagle Eye Camera Manager - Subnets

Eagle Eye Camera Manager - Subnets

Outbound Ports for the Eagle Eye CameraManager
The following TCP and UDP ports are used by the Eagle Eye CameraManager.  All connections are outbound-only, meaning that connections are outbound and never accepts inbound connections (so you do NOT need to set up e.g. NAT rules as a general rule).

TCP 80 :     Used to discover video termination endpoints in the cloud
TCP 443 :   Used to discover video termination endpoints in the cloud
TCP 554 :   Used for PnP1 video transmission of old PnP1 cameras
TCP 1080 : Used for PnP1 data connection of old PnP1 cameras
TCP 8181 : Used to transfer video to the cloud
TCP 8282 : Used to transfer video to the cloud
TCP 5448 : Used for transmission of motion events of old cameras
TCP 1935 : Used for RTMP of old cameras
TCP 25:      Used for SMTP event transmission of old PnP1 cameras
UDP 50000-51000 : RTP port range 

Eagle Eye Camera Manager Subnets

208.81.96.0/22
192.40.4.0/23
167.248.134.0/23
37.58.51.0/25
62.50.13.192/27
195.81.42.160/27
195.81.164.160/27
154.14.108.192/27
89.202.212.160/28
89.202.213.96/28
212.23.62.240/28 
216.245.93.0/27

CameraManager reserves the right to expand this set of subnets at all times. CameraManager reserves the right to switch servers and or services between IP addresses at all times. For this reason, we advice to bind any address and or service directly to a fully qualified domain name or FQDN provided, instead of directly linking to an IP address.

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