Firewall & network settings for running webinars

In order to ensure a smooth webinar speakers for producers and speakers alike, it may be required to have some network ports opened on your corporate network. If you have any connection issues for producers or speakers we recommend that you check that the following network ports have been opened.



Media connection:

77.66.1.235 outbound on high UDP ports (for streaming to audience in EU)

77.66.1.233 outbound on high UDP ports (backup for streaming to audience in EU)

*.turn.twilio.com:3478 outbound UDP (for streaming between speakers)

*.turn.twilio.com:443 outbound TCP (fallback for streaming between speakers)

Secure web sockets to:

TLS *.twilio.com:443 (signaling between speakers)

TLS *.twentythree.net:443 (signaling for live stream)

TLS *.firebaseio.com:443 (signaling between speakers)



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