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  • We have the Sony Bravia KDL-60W630B TV's (non-Android) that have the Opera web browser app on them. When trying to connect to our IIS servers, we don't get any traffic. These TV's are on a secure network and only specific ports are allowed. The standard TCP 80 is open but no traffic on that port as it appears there are no requests from the TV's.

    Can anyone tell me what the default HTTP GET TCP port is? One router showed 2 TCP ports that are not it and trying a hub resulted in another port that is not it. There is no documentation from Sony, or Opera, on this and without finding out what ports are used, we cannot use these units.

    Thanks in advance!

  • We did get it to work by changing the IIS server to listen on the TCP ports indicated by the router but it doesn't tell me that these are the default ports or not.

  • Default port number for http or https is not Opera or Sony specification.
    Opera follows corresponding web standards, so by default:

    • http it's always: 80
    • https is always: 443

    See also: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HTTPS#Difference_from_HTTP

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