This article contains information for network teams to prepare their environment for deployment of RemoteSpark
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Web Endpoint is the API the RemoteSpark Client uses to interact with the system
Storage Endpoint: how the system uploads and downloads content
STUN/TURN: how video calls are established between the Expert and the remote worker
Traffic Manager: how the application selects which data centre to use for the application
Note: our cloud-based solution is hosted on Microsoft Azure. For more information on Azure services, see here.
Ports to open
- 443 (TCP)
- 3478 (TCP/UDP)
- 5349 (TCP/UDP)
- Public DNS resolution
The cloud configuration of RemoteSpark has two possible firewall enablement scenarios:
- Using Traffic Manager:
- Only connecting through a specific datacentre:
- If you decide you need to use a specific datacentre, you will only need to allow the endpoints associated with that datacentre on the relevant ports through your firewall, along with the CDN endpoint.
Note: Keep in mind that only one datacentre enabled, the benefits of the Traffic Manager solution (increased availability and app response time, improved app performance and content delivery, etc.) are more limited.
Also note that any users of RemoteSpark who are on a network with single-datacentre firewall rules enabled will need to make sure their application is pointing only to the datacentre you have allowed through the firewall.
Caution: RemoteSpark updates may require new endpoint rules.
Traffic Manager endpoint:
Canada Central datacentre endpoints
- Web: remotespark195canadacentral.kognitivspark.net
- Storage: remotesparkcv1195.core.windows.net
- STUN/TURN: 220.127.116.11
US Central datacentre endpoints
- Web: remotespark195uscentral.kognitivspark.net
- Storage: remotesparkuscv195.core.windows.net
- STUN/TURN: 18.104.22.168
UK West datacentre endpoints:
- Web: remotespark195ukwest.kognitivspark.net
- Storage: remotesparkukwv1195.core.windows.net
- STUN/TURN: 22.214.171.124
Options for not whitelisting all traffic
If you choose to select a specific data centre, depending on your network configuration you will need to allow traffic on Port 3478 (TCP/UDP) and 5349 (TCP/UDP).
If you don’t whitelist all traffic on those two ports, you will need to contact Kognitiv Spark Support to determine the correct IP addresses for those ports.