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Need connectivity info for Lens

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Need connectivity info for Lens

Need documentation for the connectivity needed for devices to connect to Lens.

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Re: Need connectivity info for Lens

Hi Rob, here you can find documentation used for onboarding.

Onboarding Process · (

The devices are using https to connect to the Provisioning server (LENS)

BR, Beyond Conference

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Occasional Advisor

Re: Need connectivity info for Lens

Seconding this, we need real connectivity details. All ports used, what IPs, etc. This is lacking in the Lens docs.

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Re: Need connectivity info for Lens

I think that ports are in the documentation of the used device.
In this case of the G7500, Studio X50, and Studio X30 System Port Usage
System Port Usage (
And IP addresses are listed in the service you want to use.
For example:
Prerequisites · RealConnect Service (

And for LENS you get your own DNS provisioning server name in LENS when configuring provisioning. For example:

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Polycom Employee & Community Manager

Re: Need connectivity info for Lens

Hello @Beyond Conference , @Rob L. and @woodsbw 


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  • Microsoft IOT hub Port requirements >here<

Lens uses AMQP on 443


  • Microsoft IOT Hub IP Address space >here<

This is a JSON file. can be opened with notepad. Search for IOT

The title Polycom Employee & Community Manager is a community setting and does not reflect my role. I am just a simple volunteer in the community like everybody else. My official "day" Job is 3rd Level support at Poly but I am unable to provide official support via the community.


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