Symphony Meetings - IP addresses/ports to whitelist

To provide the best Symphony Meetings experience, the customer network must be configured for efficient communication with the Symphony Meetings infrastructure. To do this, ensure all firewalls allow:

 

  • Outbound UDP traffic on port 10000
  • Outbound TCP traffic on port 4443

Note: Not allowing outbound UDP traffic will impact the overall quality of Symphony Meetings. For a stricter network configuration, the user can limit the outbound ports to the endpoints listed below

Production Environment

Symphony Meetings in a Production environment requires the following whitelisting on the customer network:

 

Respectively, for customers that don’t support DNS based firewalls/proxies the following addresses also need whitelisting:

  • 3.234.19.114
  • 52.73.55.216
  • 3.225.253.134
  • 18.235.57.211
  • 54.82.176.45
  • 34.243.161.125
  • 3.248.151.39
  • 34.245.247.7
  • 34.242.23.133
  • 54.72.21.98
  • 18.140.194.212
  • 18.139.150.196
  • 18.140.39.141
  • 18.141.93.139
  • 52.76.157.42
  • 18.141.69.90
  • 3.0.168.253
  • 18.138.97.13
  • 13.251.168.60
  • 13.251.162.144

UAT Environment

Symphony Meetings in a UAT environment requires the following whitelisting on the customer network:

 

Respectively, for customers that don’t support DNS based firewalls/proxies the following addresses also need whitelisting:

  • 34.192.197.224
  • 3.224.39.25
  • 46.51.131.137
  • 52.212.53.40
  • 13.228.35.140
  • 3.0.164.25

If you experience any problems during this configuration, please contact the Symphony Support team at support@symphony.com