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Problem with ports

Roland_B_
Beginner
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Hi,

I am trying to connect to a MCU server (internet) from a company network which only allows HTTPS port 443.

I am using the javascript client in Chrome.

My problem is that I need two open ports to connect to the MCU server in the internet:

- basicServer.js for e.g. "createToken()" (port 3004)

- erizoController (port 443)

 

Only one of these two components can be configured to use port 443 !

Is is possible to connect to a MCU conference from javascript client without using the "basicServer.js"?

At the moment the basicServer.js is only needed for "createToken()". Can this token be created directly in the client?

 

Thank you!

Roland B.

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Chunbo_H_Intel1
Employee
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On the pure MCU runtime, we do not provide the web application for the interaction between Chrome client and server. Of cause that you can do the conferencing without the web application.

Another thing is that one port is not enough. At lease, the WebRTC streaming will require more ports...

Thanks!

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