I need one help.
I know we need to enable UDP PORT 10000 on JITSI MEET Videobridge on the server.
But my question is, what PORT do i need to allow on my local system which is using a strict firewall in a private network?
Without a firewall, my ports are randomly opening which are like 50000, 40250, 62500 etc, and every time I open a new tab, a new port opens in.
But i don’t know what will happen in case of accessing JITSI Meet installation from a PRIVATE network?
What PORT do we need to allow in client’s firewall so that we can run Jitsi meet conference using Chrome?
How UDP ports are opened in client’s system? Do chrome open this automatically from available OPEN UDP PORTS ?
Please help, i am confused.
Also, to access Google meet, they ask users to allow ports from 19000-19010.
What PORTs do we need to allow on Client’s firewall to connect with Jitsi meet server ?
If the firewall blocks the clients to connect a remote UDP port or blocks the UDP traffic completly, you will need a TURN server which relays the UDP packages through an allowed channel (mostly TCP/443)