At a minimum, Cameyo servers require http/https port to function (typically ports 80/443) from the machines it needs to serve. In other words, if you don't need to serve Internet users but rather internal users, then you only need to make http/https ports accessible from those users' machines.
If you are planning to use our native players (i.e. the Windows or Android player), then opening RDP port (3389) is required as well.
Testing: once you've opened the relevant ports into Cameyo's server, try to access the server's address with a browser from a remote machine. You should see an HTML page with the Cameyo logo.
If your organization blocks external addresses, it is recommended to allow access to https://*.cameyo.com. If this is not possible, you need to at least authorize https://files.cameyo.com and https://online.cameyo.com.
Testing: launch a browser on the Cameyo server itself, and try to access https://files.cameyo.com.
If you are planning to use Cameyo's Google cloud functionality such as cloud storage or drive, the following addresses must be opened as well:
If your Cameyo server has to go through proxy to connect to the Internet, please make sure the Local System account on the Cameyo server has proxy access configured.
To test Internet access from the Local System account, we created this specific tool: HttpGet. Launch an elevated command prompt and run it with a target site, for example: HttpGet.exe https://files.cameyo.com