Auralink Support: Domains, Ports, and IPs


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While Auralink is flexible enough to connect most users and endpoints without the need for IT assistance, we understand that every network and environment is unique. The following guidance is provided should you need to provide information on domains, IPs and ports used by Auralink for use within your network.

Domains

If your network restricts traffic by domain, please ask the following domains be whitelisted.

Ports

The following ports are utilized by Auralink to connect calls via different protocols. If you are connecting by these protocols, please ensure that these ports are operable:

Protocol Source Port Dest Port Description Device
WebRTC/browser
TCP any 80 HTTP Web browser / API interface / Lync / Skype for Business
TCP any 443 HTTPS Web browser
H.323
TCP any 1720 H.323 (H.225 signaling) Endpoint / call control system
TCP any 33000–39999 H.323 (Q.931/H.245 signaling) Endpoint / call control system
UDP any 1719 H.323 (RAS signaling) Endpoint / call control system
SIP
TCP any 5060 SIP Endpoint / call control system
UDP ‡ any 5060 SIP Endpoint / call control system
TCP any 5061 SIP/TLS Endpoint / call control system
Other
TCP/UDP any 40000–49999 RTP / RTCP / RDP / DTLS / RTMP / STUN / TURN Endpoint / call control system / Lync / Skype for Business

IPs

If your network limits access by IP, please include the following ranges in the accepted IP list:

If you need to connect via a specific IP address, please use the following:

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