When a HHO unit is connected to the company LAN – by mean of its wired network adapter, or of its wireless network adapter set in Station mode - the company firewall should allow HHO to use the 

following ports:

 

- TCP 80: Web GUI http

- TCP 443: Web GUI https*

- UDP 5353: Zeroconf Service (to reach Huddle Hub through hub_name.local)

- TCP 8443: Huddle Hub-Apps communication*

- UDP 6000: Huddle Hub discovery service

- TCP 6987, 6989, 6991, 6993, 6995, 6997: Hub Room Webviewer video streams*

- TCP 6986, 6988, 6990, 6992, 6994, 6996: Hub Room Webviewer video streams

- TCP 7209, 7219, 7229: Virtual Rooms Webviewer video streams

- TCP 7210, 7220, 7230: Virtual Rooms Webviewer video streams*

- TCP 7000-7200: Hub Room Client video streams**

- TCP 7201-7208, 7211-7218, 7221-7228: Virtual Rooms Client video streams**

 

* Encrypted with TLS protocol, based on self-signed TLS certificates. 

** Encrypted with AES128 protocol

 

Closing ports has the following effects:

 

· If you block port 80, you will not be able to the web pages through HTTP

· If you block port 5353, you will not be able to reach the Huddle Hub unit by name (es. http://huddlehub.local) but only through its IP 

· If you block port 6000, you will not be able to reach the Huddle Hub at all