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hawkmm  
#1 Posted : Tuesday, July 30, 2019 1:16:11 AM(UTC)
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So, we are trying to connect a remote location that has an internal IP address. IT is saying there should be no firewall issue since both addresses are internal, but they appear not to be routable, which we are investigating. My question is, does vMix Call sit in between in any way? I know the remote location has to go to vmixcall.com to login and connect, and they are able to do that successfully. However, all we see is their name appear as an input, and no audio/video stream is able to be established. If it's only used for the handshake/authentication, we will make sure the addresses are routable internally. But, I wanted to make sure there was no Wowza server or anything on the vmix call side facilitating the connection.

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#2 Posted : Tuesday, July 30, 2019 6:27:40 PM(UTC)
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Your WebRTC client will send packets to the following ports during the 3 phases of establishing a WebRTC connection.

signaling: 80 or 443 if using websockets
discovery: 3478 is the default port for communicating with STUN/TURN servers but some might be configured to listen to 19305/19307 (Google’s STUN), 5349 (TLS), 80 or 443.
the actual p2p connection: you’ll be sending data to a random port in the 0-65535 range opened by your peer’s device/router during discovery.

IT needs to ensure that these are available.
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hawkmm on 7/30/2019(UTC)
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#3 Posted : Tuesday, July 30, 2019 11:59:28 PM(UTC)
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Super. Thank you!
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