Port Requirements

Port used by Avorra

The Avorra application will establish a connection to it’s telephony servers as documented below:

ComponentAddressClient-side port usedServer-side port usedProtocol
SignalingGlobal Low-Latency Domains

chunderw-gll.twilio.com

chunderw-vpc-gll.twilio.com

Regional Domains

au1: chunderw-vpc-gll-au1.twilio.combr1: chunderw-vpc-gll-br1.twilio.comie1: chunderw-vpc-gll-ie1.twilio.comjp1: chunderw-vpc-gll-jp1.twilio.comsg1: chunderw-vpc-gll-sg1.twilio.comus1: chunderw-vpc-gll-us1.twilio.com

Any†443TCP
Presencematrix.twilio.comAny†443TCP
RTPStatic IP range *Any†10,000 – 20,000UDP
Insightseventgw.twilio.comAny† 443TCP

† The Avorra client application will select any available port from the ephemeral range. On most machines, this means the port range 1,024 to 65,535.

Ports used by Avorra Mobile (coming)

The Avorra iOS and Android apps will establish a connection to telephony servers as documented below:

ComponentAddressClient-side port usedServer-side port usedProtocol
Signalingchunderm.gll.twilio.comAny†10194TCP

 

Presencematrix.twilio.comAny†443TCP

 

RTPStatic IP range *Any†10,000 – 20,000UDP

 

* Avorra’s media servers are automatically selected based on the location of the mobile device and the media service IP address is assigned from the static IP range of that global region.

† The client will select any available port from the ephemeral range. On most machines, this means the port range 1,024 to 65,535.

How should I configure my firewall to support Avorra?

Your firewall should allow outgoing UDP to the the public internet from the browsers that will be using Avorra and allow return traffic in response.