Applies to all Barracuda Web Filter appliances on all versions of firmware when installed as a inline, .
1. The cameras will attempt to use ports 733, 443 and 80, in that order. They should be open. If only one port will be opened for the cameras, use port 733.
2. Go to Block/Accept > IP Block/Exempt.
3. Go to IP and Port Exemptions Add port 773 under Dest. Port click on Add.
4. If there is ip address related to port refer to solution 00004277 please follow up the
Exempt all traffic for the camera connect to specific server IP address : 184.108.40.206
Go to Block/Accept > IP Block/Exempt
*Enter 220.127.116.11/ 255.255.255.255 as the Destination IP and Netmask.
*Keep the Source IP and Netmask blank and click Add.
*Then enter 18.104.22.168 / 255.255.255.255 as the Source IP and Netmask.
*Keep the Destination IP and Netmask blank and click Add.
On both source ,and destination :
*Please make sure for /32 bit(single ipaddress) use /255.255.255.255 Netmask
o 75.101.138.0159 255.255.255.255
*Please make sure for /24 bit( range ipaddress) use /255.255.255.0 Netmask
o 22.214.171.124 255.255.255.0
*Please make sure for /16 bit( range ip address) use /255.255.0.0 Netmask
§ 126.96.36.199 255.255.0.0
*Please make sure for /8 bit( range ipaddress) use /255.0.0.0 Netmask
§ 7188.8.131.52 255.0.0.0
· The cameras connect to specific server IP addresses. Please do not distribute or share these IP addresses except to customers with advanced network security. Also note, these addresses may change from time to time. If using a firewall, whitelist the following IP addresses:
· (Updated 12/19/2014)
· There are also a number of IP addresses and Ports used by our Web Portal:
· (Updated 12/19/2014)
· Ports: 843, 8000, 8443
if using a content filter, assure camera packets are not inspected. If packets are filtered, at best this could impact performance, at worst could cause video to never be uploaded.
Ensure the camera has adequate bandwidth. A camera operating in HD (720p) will need about 1.2Mbps “up” to the cloud while it’s streaming live video. It will use less under normal operating conditions, typically about 200kbps on average per camera. While the cameras are extremely bandwidth efficient, it’s best to give them more than enough bandwidth rather than just enough. They will only use what’s needed for normal operation ranging from about 35kbps to 1.2Mbps depending on the level of activity in the scene, the camera bandwidth settings and of course, if the camera is being used for live streaming video or stored video playback.
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