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Network requirements | RingCentral Meetings

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To use RingCentral Meetings Clients and RingCentral Meetings with Rooms Connector, your enterprise firewall must allow traffic according to the requirements listed in Table 1.1 and Table 2.1. Destination ports refers to ports in the RingCentral cloud.

1. RingCentral Meetings - desktop and web app

Table 1.1 - RingCentral Meetings - desktop and web app

Purpose

Application protocol

Domain name/IP addresses

Destination ports

Media

RTP

IP supernets

UDP\8801-8802

TCP\8801-8802

Media secured and signaling secured

HTTPS/TLS

IP supernets

UDP\443

TCP\443

Access control

STUN/TURN

 

UDP\3478

TCP\3478  UDP\3479

TCP\3479

Login portal

HTTPS

meetings.ringcentral.com

TCP\443

Login portal

HTTPS

webinar.ringcentral.com

TCP\443

Media servers

HTTPS

*.zoom.us

*.meetzoom.us

34.196.189.103

TCP\443

2. RingCentral Meetings with Room Connector

Table 2.1 - RingCentral Meetings with Room Connector (H.323 and SIP)

Purpose

Application protocol

Domain name/IP addresses

Destination ports

Media

RTP/SRTP

IP supernets

UDP\9000-10000

Signaling

SIP

IP supernets

UDP\3000-4000

UDP\5060

TCP\3000-4000

TCP\5060

Signaling

H.323

IP supernets

TCP\1720

Signaling secured

SIP/TLS

IP supernets

TCP\5061

Streaming

   

UDP\8801-8803

TCP\8801-8803

Authentication and software update

TLS

*.zoom.us

TCP\80, TCP\443

3. Bandwidth recommendations

RingCentral Meetings will optimize its bandwidth usage according to every participant’s network. RingCentral Meetings automatically adjusts for 3G, WiFi, and wired Ethernet environments. 
 
Note: The number of participants in a meeting affects your bandwidth requirements. RingCentral Office supports up to four participants for Standard plans, up to 100 participants for Premium plans, and up to 200 participants for Ultimate plans. 

The bandwidth for various call patterns is as follows:
  • 1:1 video calling:
    • HQ video: 600 kbps (up/down)
    • HD video: 2 Mbps (up/down)
  • Group video calling: 600 kbps/2 Mbps (up/down) for HQ video 
  • Group audio conferencing: up to 60 kbps 

3.1 Recommended bandwidth for webinar panelists

Webinar panelists are considered full participants in a meeting because they can view, send audio and video, share their screens, and annotate. Below are the bandwidth recommendations for webinar panelists:
  • 1:1 video calling:
    • HQ video: 600kbps (up/down)
    • HD video: 1.2 Mbps (up/down)
  • Group video calling:
    • HQ video: 600kbps/1.2Mbps (up/down)
    • Gallery view: 1.5Mbps/1.5Mbps (up/down) 
  • Screen-sharing only (no video thumbnails): 50-75kbps
  • Screen-sharing with video thumbnails: 50-150kbps
  • Audio VoIP: 60-80kbps

3.2 Recommended bandwidth for webinar attendees

  • 1:1 video calling:
    • HQ video: 600kbps
    • HD video: 1.2 Mbps (down)
  • Screen-sharing only (no video thumbnails): 50-75kbps (down)
  • Screen-sharing with video thumbnails: 50-150kbps (down)
  • Audio VoIP: 60-80kbps (down)
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