Installing Obseron GUI on CentOS 7



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  • Robin

    Here's how I've been configuring firewalld, in case anyone else wants to keep theirs enabled.

    **This has been what works for me, but let me know if there's anything else I missed!**

    1. Create the file "/etc/firewalld/services/obseron-vms.xml" with this info:

    <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
    <short>Obseron VMS</short>
    <description>Obseron Video Management Software</description>
    <port protocol="tcp" port="80"/>
    <port protocol="tcp" port="443"/>
    <port protocol="tcp" port="9191"/>
    <port protocol="tcp" port="8554"/>
    <port protocol="tcp" port="2525"/>

    2. Run these commands: "firewall-cmd --reload && firewall-cmd --add-service=obseron-vms && firewall-cmd --runtime-to-permanent"

    3. Verify the new service is enabled: "firewall-cmd --list-all"

    Description of ports opened:

    80 => HTTP & ONVIF

    443 => HTTPS

    9191 => Client connection

    8554 => RTSP (Can be removed, if not using.)

    2525 => SMTP alarm receiver (Can be removed, if not using.)


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