Data collected by the RoadTrend and other FLIR sensors is sent to Acyclica’s cloud infrastructure for processing. Bandwidth requirements will vary depending on vehicle traffic but usually will not exceed an average of 300 bytes per second.
|Acyclica Data||data.acyclica.com||443 and 80|
|DNS||220.127.116.11||53||Internal DNS may be used in place of 18.104.22.168|
|NTP||pool.ntp.org||123||Internal NTP may be used in place of pool.ntp.org|
|Maintenance||22.214.171.124||80||Maintenance access is optional, but recommended|
Acyclica is dedicated to the security of your data. All data is transmitted using Transport Layer Security (TLS) version >=1.1 encryption. Data uploads will fail if a man-in-the-middle certificate is used on the network.
Sensors periodically check for new firmware at https://data.acyclica.com. If a new firmware is available, the sensor will download files and instructions related to the upgrade. When the sensor verifies that it has downloaded all of the files and that they are fully intact, it will proceed with the installation of the upgrade. After the new files have been installed, the sensor will reboot to complete the upgrade and send a message to https://data.acyclica.com indicating that it has finished.
Proxies are not officially supported, however it is possible to route Acyclica traffic through a TCP proxy. FLIR does not provide proxy hardware, configuration or support. If data is routed through a proxy server it must not be manipulated by the server or communication may be disrupted. For example, DPI-SSL or other TLS interference will cause strong TLS certificate checks to fail in sensor firmware.
Note: all firmware upgrade requests are outbound. The server never contacts a sensor to instruct it to update the firmware.