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I received this notice from my firewall today about my RLC-810A.Why would the camera scan for ports?
@blendih Yes, a number of ports should be open to allow communication with a number of entities like Reolink P2P servers (UDP port 9999), establish communication with camera from client (TCP port 9000), browser access using HTTPS 443 or HTTP 80, ONVIF 8000 (or whatever value you have set it), Live streaming protocol RTSP 554, Live streaming protocol (Requires Adobe Flash) RTMP 1935 and UDP ports for media transfer with Reolink client/NVR.
The RLC-810A camera may scan for ports for various reasons. One possibility is that the camera is designed to perform regular port scans as part of its normal operation to ensure that it can communicate with other devices on the network.Another possibility is that the camera may be compromised or infected with malware, and is scanning for open ports in order to find vulnerabilities that can be exploited for unauthorized access or other malicious purposes.It is important to investigate the reason why the camera is scanning for ports, as it could potentially pose a security risk to your network. You may want to check the camera's settings and logs, run antivirus and malware scans on your network, and consider seeking the assistance of a security professional if you have concerns about the camera's behavior.
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