Network ports used by Spectra HD and Sarix Legacy based devices


What application ports are used by the Spectra HD and other Sarix Legacy based devices?

Product Line

Pelco Cameras


  • All Sarix Legacy Cameras
  • ID, IE, IM, IX Series
  • Spectra IV h.264, TXB-N Series
  • Esprit IP, Esprit HD
  • Spectra HD
  • Exsite IP


Installation and Configuration.
Application ports need to be configured within a network for device communication sessions.


Port Number Protocol Service Name/Function Description
22 TCP SSH Used for securely logging into the camera, to gain advance access (disabled by default)
80 TCP WWW Used to access the camera's web application which allows configuration and control
86* TCP/HTTP GetStreamUri Streaming TCP over HTTP (ONVIF only). For example, "http://deviceip:86/stream1"
161 UDP SNMP Used to obtain camera's network and diagnostic status (disabled by default)
389 TCP LDAP Used for network and API access control (disabled by default) as a client only.
443 TCP HTTPS Used for secure access to the camera's web application which allows configuration and control (disabled by default)
554 TCP RTSP Used by clients to start streaming video and audio from the camera
799 UDP SYSLOG Used for advanced camera debugging
1900, 2901 UDP UPNP Used for both discovering the camera and querying camera attributes such as UUID
6700-6900 UDP RTCP Used to keep the RTSP stream session alive by client
6700/ 6701 UDP MPEG4 Primary Unicast
6720/ 6721 UDP MPEG4 Primary Multicast
6760/ 6761 UDP H264 Primary Unicast
6780/ 6781 UDP H264 Primary Multicast
6740/ 6741 UDP MPEG4 Secondary Unicast
6760/ 6761 UDP MPEG4 Secondary Multicast
6800/ 6801 UDP H264 Secondary Unicast
6820/ 6821 UDP H264 Secondary Multicast
6860/ 6861 UDP RTSP Audio Stream 1 Unicast
6880/ 6881 UDP RTSP Audio Stream 1 Multicast
6860/ 6861 UDP RTSP Audio Stream 2 Unicast
6960/ 6961 UDP RTSP Audio Stream 2 Multicast
6900/ 6901 UDP Endura Audio Unicast
6920/ 6921 UDP Endura Audio Multicast
7860/ 7861 UDP Metadata Unicast
7880/ 7881 UDP Metadata Multicast
8080 TCP localhost localhost and may be used by OVReady API (OV-enabled cameras only)
30001* UDP PositioningControl::GetVelocityURL PTZ over UDP. Make sure to use "httpu" for example: "httpu://deviceip:30001"