Inbound and outbound ports required by a Cameyo server.
- In a typical setup, Cameyo servers require http/https port (usually 80/443) to be opened from the outside and/or inside your network, depending on which users you want to server: external or internal network users. If you don't want to serve Internet users but only internal users, then you only need to make http/https ports accessible for your internal network.
- If you leave inbound https blocked from the Internet, it is recommended (but not required) to still allow access to it from 18.104.22.168 (Cameyo's backend controller and session accelerator) and 22.214.171.124 (Cameyo's quality control bot).
- If you plan to use Cameyo's native players (Windows and/or Android players) then opening RDP port (3389) is required as well.
- Once you've opened the relevant ports into Cameyo's server, test access by accessing the server's address with a browser from a remote machine using http://[host address], where the host address can either be its IP address / host name / FQDN. You should see an HTML page with the Cameyo logo.
- If your organization blocks outbound Internet access, it is recommended to allow https access to *.cameyo.com. If this is not possible, you need to at least authorize files.cameyo.com and online.cameyo.com.
- Testing: launch a browser on the Cameyo server itself, and try to access https://online.cameyo.com and https://files.cameyo.com.
- Google cloud features: if you plan on using Cameyo's Google-borne features such as data persistence (SessionSync) or Google Drive, the following https addresses need to be opened as well: accounts.google.com, cloud.google.com, www.googleapis.com, storage.googleapis.com.
Behind a proxy
If your Cameyo server has to go through proxy to connect to the Internet, make sure the Local System account on the Cameyo server has proxy access configured. You can do so in one of the following ways:
- Either: allow direct outbound access to the above https addresses from this server.
- Or: configure proxy settings as explained here.