Topics included in this article:
- Outbound Rules
- LAN Streaming Rules
- Content Filtering URL Allow-list
- Helpful links
- Contact Support or Sales
If your Rhombus cameras connect behind a restrictive network, you will need to configure your firewall with the following rules to allow them to function.
|Allow||TCP & UDP||53||DNS|
LAN Streaming Rules
If accessing cameras over a LAN, you need to ensure you have routes setup to the camera local subnets from the subnets where they need to be viewed on the LAN.
|Allow||TCP||8000||192.168.0.0/16, 172.16.0.0/12, 10.0.0.0/8|
Content Filtering URL Allow-list
If your firewall utilizes a content filter or URL deny list, the following URLs need to be added to an allow-list for the cameras to function.
Note: If you're using a firewall, you cannot man-in-the-middle (MITM) Rhombus network traffic as the cameras will detect this activity and stop the connection.
Contact Support or Sales
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