The RoomWizard II is a local network device designed with security in mind. In order to prepare your network for a RoomWizard installation there are a few network implications to keep in mind.
Power over Ethernet
RoomWizard devices require a PoE connection for power and data and are 802.3at Type 2 PoE+ compliant. The voltage at the device should be between 43V-57V for proper operation.
Data that is transmitted to and from devices are encrypted at-rest and in-transit via HTTPS and TLS 1.2.
RoomWizards must be placed on a private protected subnet such as an IoT or Edge network.
|TCP||9001||HSQLDB||RW||RW (HSQLDB Database)|
RW Epiphany/ Any Desktop browser
RW (Jetty Webserver)
When RW Configured RW in HTTPS/SSL mode
RW Epiphany/ Any Desktop Browser
When the Connector is Configured in HTTPS/SSL mode
RW (Jetty Web Server)
|TCP||6000||X11||RW||RE (XServer - Graphical Display System on RW)|
|TCP||53||DNS||RW||Confiugred DNS Server on Device -> Network Page.|
Desktop/SSH client (Ed. Putty/Telnet)
|UDP||53||DNS||RW||Configured DNS Server on Device -> Network Page|
|UDP||68||BootPC - DHCP||RW||DHCP Server|
|UDP||123||NTP||RW||Configured NTP Server|
|UDP||5000||RW Admin Console||Admin Console (PC)||RW|
|UDP||5001||RW Admin Console||RW||Admin Console (PC)|
*Ports 5000 and 5001 are optional. With these ports open and UDP broadcast enabledon the network, the RW20 Administrative Console will find the RW20s quicker during
a search operation than without them open.
RW Ports in Use (4.7 Firmware and Higher)
- FTP is disabled by default in 4.7. So, Port 21 is disabled by default but can be explicitly turned back on by User.
- SFTP (I believe it uses, TCP port 22 as it uses SSH port itself, for SFTP communication, but we need to double check on this though)
- SNMP Agent (UDP port 161 – to listen to SNMP get/SNMP walk etc. requests)
- SNMP traps (UDP port 162 – to send SNMP traps to SNMP manager)
- Admin Console does not use ports 5000/5001 under normal use anymore.
Network Device Settings
RoomWizard devices support IP addressing via the use of DHCP reservations as well as static IP assignments.