Network Requirements - PicoCooler & NanoMarket
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Purpose

This article outlines all of the networking requirements that are needed to accommodate a PicoCooler or NanoMarket kiosk.

Please contact 365 Support at 888-365-6282 or support@365smartshop.com if you have any questions related to this document.

To view more network requirements for our various products, click here.

 

Network Requirements

All the following Fully Qualified Domain Names (FQDN) listed below are required for the PicoCooler and  NanoMarket kiosk to function correctly. All connections are initiated from the PicoCooler or NanoMarket kiosk. The FQDN and ports below need to be open for outgoing bidirectional communication.

Description FQDN Ports
Credit card processing, transferring of sales data, product/price updates TCP: 443
Images, style JSON TCP: 443
Device Management TCP: 443
Android/Google Services TCP: 443
Android/Google Services TCP/UDP: 5228-5230
Pushy Service TCP: 1883
Pushy Service TCP: 443
Tally/Security TCP: 443

 

Sensor Swarm Temperature Sensors (NanoMarket only)

Sensor Swarm temperature sensors are for NanoMarkets only. They are used to remotely monitor the temperatures in coolers & freezers within the market.

FQDN Port
swarmdata.sensor-swarm.com TCP/UDP: 80, 443
host.sensor-swarm.com TCP/UDP: 80, 443
54.214.42.80 TCP/UDP: 80, 443
time.nist.gov TCP/UDP: 123
<Access Point Gateway IP> TCP/UDP: 53

 

Wireless Network

If you are creating your own wireless network or connecting to a client’s network, you must follow the latest PCI DSS guidelines for wireless network security. Consult your QSA or https://www.pcisecuritystandards.org/ for more information.

Our PicoCooler/Market or NanoMarket kiosks require a passphrase secured, non-Guest WiFi SSID. In addition to this, they cannot operate on a WiFi network with a captive portal or login page.


Note: If you are not comfortable creating a WiFi network with PCI DSS or cannot validate that the client’s WiFi network follows PCI DSS, 365 Retail Markets offers several solutions to assist with network connectivity. Contact your account manager for more information.

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Wired Network

If you are creating your own wired network or connecting to a client’s network, you still must follow the latest PCI DSS guidelines for network security. Consult your QSA or https://www.pcisecuritystandards.org/ for more information.

Note: If you are not comfortable creating a network with PCI DSS, or cannot validate that the client’s network follows PCI DSS, 365 Retail Markets offers several solutions to assist with network connectivity for your PicoCooler or NanoMarket. Contact your account manager for more information.

 

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Change Log

Date Author Notes
8-26-2021 MS Created article & verified accuracy.