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UC 5.x software scanning IP's

Polycom Employee & Community Manager

Re: UC 5.x software scanning IP's

Hello Matt,

 

no I am not.

 

Can you post the Polycom Service Reference?

Please ensure to provide some feedback if this reply has helped you so other users can profit from your experience.

Best Regards

Steffen Baier

Polycom Global Services




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Regular Advisor

Re: UC 5.x software scanning IP's

Matt,

We are running 5.4.4.3041 and not seeing this behavior on our network.  We do not use 192.168. in our environment.  I do not see any traffic from our phones to port 8612.

 

IP scanning on port 8612 seems to be a known behavior for a copier company that starts with C(really the company name is blocked on the forums?) network printer drivers.  Are you by chance using their printers?

Message 12 of 13
Occasional Advisor

Re: UC 5.x software scanning IP's

I also tried this out of curiosity with wireshark and a span between the phone, the phones are in one network and the network 192.168.1.0/24 was routed and accessible from the phone, I could NOT replicate it either, the only traffic I can see on my network at all for port 8612 was from hosts using cannon printers.


It would be interesting to see a wireshark capture of the traffic your seeing.

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