The WAVE OnCloud gateway will require wired network access to both the customer’s radio system and the WAVE OnCloud service running in the AWS Cloud. In order for the service to work properly, the following ports need to be opened on the Customer Network. These ports allow the WAVE OnCloud Gateway (WOCG) device to connect to WAVE OnCloud servers and the radio system on the local network.
Outbound ports to internet required by WAVE OnCloud Gateway (WOCG) to connect to the WAVE OnCloud service
- Port 443 (TCP):
Required by the WAVE WOCG to connect to WAVE Oncloud service
- Port 25021 (TCP):
Required by the WOCG to connect to WAVE Oncloud voice services
- Port 8883 (TCP):
Required for secure MQTT messages over TCP/UDP port to the AWS IOT Service for device management.
- Port 8089 (TCP):
Required for Splunk to update log level configuration.
- Port 9997 (TCP):
Required for Splunk to send device logs.
Network connectivity required to connect to the Radio System from the WAVE OnCloud Gateway
- Port (Master Repeater Port) UDP – outbound)
This is the port the master repeater is using for Link Establishment and needs to be opened from the WOCG to the radio system. This is unique to each radio system.
- Port 50100 UDP – inbound (Gateway Link Establishment Port)
This is the port that will be used by the repeaters to communicate with the WOCG and need to to be opened inbound from the radio system to the WOCG. This port is specified as part of the configuration of the gateway.
Network connectivity required to connect to the Mobile and Web Communicators (if they are being used within the customer network)
- Port 443 (TCP):
Required for WAVE Mobile client (android, iOS etc.) and Web Communicators to connect to the servers from anywhere.
- Port 4502 (TCP):
Required for WAVE Mobile client (android, iOS etc.) to connect to the voice servers from anywhere