I'm on a School or Corporate Network. How Should I Configure my Network?

Often times, larger, more complex networks that are common in schools, corporations, hotels, convention centers, etc. have security configurations that can interrupt streams.

To connect the Mevo with the Mevo app via a Wi-Fi network, please ensure the following ports are open:

  • TCP 38000
  • TCP 38001 
  • UDP ports range 61000-63000

Streaming involves a back and forth communication between your local network and the streaming server to which you are sending your stream. To ensure a successful stream, we recommend opening the following Firewall ports to incoming and outgoing communication:

  • TCP 1935
  • TCP 80
  • TCP 443
  • UDP 53
  • UDP 2088

Please also ensure that Bonjour is allowed on your network, as this is necessary for your Mevo and mobile device to communicate with each other. 

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  • It would be better to give exact details what ports are really required for streaming. Just saying please open everything "To ensure a successful stream, we recommend opening the following Firewall ports to incoming and outgoing communication", is not working for most environments. It starts already in your home where you maybe have one IPv4 public address and therefor all those ports from the internet to the Mevo App or Mevo Cam will not be an option automatically with the typical PAT (port address translation). I think this article should be a bit more prĂ©cised what Ports are required in the direction from the internet to the streaming source. 

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  • Yes, please. I agree the more info the better. 

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  • I tried opening all these ports to see if I could connect the Mevo app to a Mevo Camera at another location over WAN. I wanted to try it out using my phone on cellular data to see if it could work. It appears the app is coded to request that wifi be on, so I couldn't even try it out. 

    Has this ever been done? In pandemic times, it would be great to be able to control a camera remotely over WAN so an artist can just do their thing, and the production side can be done remotely.

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