In the domain of video streaming, a multitude of protocols have been developed to cater to various use cases and requirements. Each protocol has its own set of ports which it utilizes for communication.
Below is a detailed overview of the primary protocols we've adopted for our streaming service, accompanied by the specific ports associated with each:
|WebRTC||443||TCP||Secured WebSocket (Signaling & HTTPS), WHIP and WHEP|
|4433||TCP||Alternative for Secured WebSocket & HTTPS, WHIP and WHEP|
|2000-65535||UDP||Transmission of secured streaming media (SRTP)|
|3478||TCP||TURN relay (Backup if UDP is blocked)|
|RTMP||1935||TCP||Main RTMP streaming port|
|RTSP||5553||TCP||Default RTSP port|
|SRT||8889||UDP||Incoming connections (caller mode). Our edge nodes currently support only the listening mode.|
|8899||UDP||Outgoing connections (caller mode). Our edge nodes currently support only the listening mode.|
|HLS/DASH/HESP||443||TCP||HTTPS for secure media streaming|
|4433||TCP||Alternative for HTTPS|
|80||TCP||HTTP for media streaming|
|8080||TCP||Alternative for HTTP|
It is recommended to turn off packet filtering. Enabling it can lead to unforeseen outcomes, potentially obstructing the traffic of unidentified or unsupported protocols.
Updated 3 months ago