This memo was created for the convenience of Wialon Local administrator. We tried to gather here a brief list of the necessary accesses, peculiarity of some standard procedures (disk space control, working with logs and backups), as well as prohibited actions during the work and maintenance of Wialon Local.
This memo is also available in PDF format.
lic.gurtam.com 31176 — license components check.
local-api.wialon.com 443 — сscripts’ and modules’ updates.
lic.gurtam.com 18711 — Wialon LBS service.
lic.gurtam.com 18712 — Wialon mobile push notifications service.
lic.gurtam.com 18611-18614 — Gurtam Maps service.
https://distro.gurtam.com/maps/ — the old AVD maps storage.
Telegram notifications service.—
— Let's Encrypt auto certificates (mandatory require the port 80 to be opened).
mqtt.flespi.io 8883 (SSL) or 1883 (not SSL) — MQTT broker.
app-local.wialon.com port 443 — to access NimBus, Fleetrun, Hecterra, Logistics, and other Wialon-based apps.
Default port range for Wialon hardware in iptables:
-A INPUT -p udp -m state --state NEW -m udp --dport 20100:30000 -j ACCEPT
-A INPUT -p tcp -m state --state NEW -m tcp --dport 20100:30000 -j ACCEPT
Port 1935 or 19350 depending on the device type.
Port 8083 — to get files from the video server.
Wialon Local is installed to /home/wialon/wlocal by default.
All the Wialon Local logs are located in /home/wialon/wlocal/logs/ by default. They are stored and rotated for the last 10 days (logrotate).
Conditions for forced database synchronization anew: