Most FLIR IP cameras, NVRs and DVRs are shipped out with default usernames and default password. The FLIR default credentials are username admin and password admin. The same FLIR default password can be used to access the FLIR system via the CMS (their computer-based monitoring software).
FLIR Default Password
- Username: admin
- Password: admin
For security reasons, many new IP cameras with up-to-date firmware will ask you to change the default login information the first time you access the camera. In these cases, the default login information will not grant you access to the camera. Basically, you need to create your own password.
Note: Keep in mind that if you restore your FLIR DVR or NVR security system to default settings, the username and password will also be restored to default.
Default Ports for FLIR systems
Below we’ve listed the FLIR default ports. You need to forward these ports in your router in order to see your cameras remotely. For the FLIR system, you need to open up the HTTP and Client ports. You need to forward the RTSP port only if you plan to live stream on a website.
- HTTP Port: 80
- Client Port: 35000
- UDP: 35001 (special applications only)
- RTSP: 554 (special applications only)