[Deleted 11/26/2010 7:42:50 AM by Roger Christopher]
Hi Roger,It is possible, but it can cause performance and throughput issues if you have:A) a large volume of conferencing traffic accessing the server frequentlyB) content filtering enabled on the network - as some common ports (such as 80 and 443) are often filtered heavily which can degrade real-time communications such as video and audio.You could apply a firewall rule that denies connectivity on some ports e.g. 22, 23, so it will only listen on a designated few (80 and 443)...Ports 80 and 443 are the minimum and *must* be open. However I'd strongly recommend you leave all Nefsis ports open and accessible (if you can) for the best possible performance.
You can force the meeting to connect to a specific port by adding &ports=PORTNUMBER at the end of the conference URL.e.g. http://www.nefsis.com/join.html?dn=MEETING_ID&ports=22