Strigo is a fully managed solution that runs in the browser (see here for supported browsers). All that's required is:

  • A browser.
  • An internet connection.
  • Making sure that port 443 is opened.
  • Allow Websockets traffic in the organization's firewall (both ws and wss).

To make sure everything works, you can ask your organization's firewall admin to white-list the following domains:

  • *.strigo.io
  • *.opentok.com
  • *.tokbox.com
  • *.googleapis.com
  • *.gstatic.com
  • *.firebase.com
  • *.firebaseio.com
  • *.nodechef.com
  • s3-eu-west-1.amazonaws.com

If you don't need to use audio/video, you don't have to white-list *.opentok.com and *.tokbox.com

If you don't intend to use the lab's editor, you don't have to white-list *.firebase.com and *.firebaseio.comĀ 

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