Network configuration in Enterprise TV 5 & 6
Posted by Daniel Mee on 11 August 2011 04:35 PM
DESCRIPTION:Information about configuring SnapStream versions 5 & 6 to work correctly on your network
The SnapStream software uses the following ports for normal operation.
Ports 80 and/or 443 The SnapStream Web Interface can be hosted as non-ssl (80) and/or ssl (443). The system administrator can choose to disable port 80 through the IIS Administration Tool on the SnapStream Server.
Ports 9090-9093 Used for communication between SnapStream Cluster Nodes.
Port 9190 Used for programs written around the SnapStream API such as the Link Client Software, the Windows/Mac Web Players, and the DVD Burn Plugin.
Port 9999 Used for file access communication on both nodes and clients.
All of these ports are TCP.
In order for Cloud Sharing to work, the server will need to be able to send data via HTTPS to the IPs listed under "US East (Northern Virginia)" in the URL below.
In order for the server to download program guide data, it must have access to port 443 on the following websites:
Domain and DNS
Some software features, including LDAP integration and the use of a UNC path as a video folder, require your SnapStream to be added to the domain.
We recommend creating a DNS entry for your SnapStream that is available to clients. This step improves playback performance.