This article will outline the required network configuration needed to conduct a successful webcast from within a client network. There are multiple scenarios each of which could influence the amount of bandwidth needed for a broadcast.
The network must allow outgoing connection on port: 1935 TCP
Our networking equipment must also be allowed to connect to the network. The easiest way for us to achieve this is by white listing our router MAC addresses.
Bandwidth consumption fluctuates depending on how many languages the webcast contains and if the use of a video conferencing codec is required. The table below outlines the bandwidth needed to conduct various types of webcasts
|1 language||5 mb\s|
|2 languages||10 mb\s|
|Video conferencing||6 mb\s|
|Video Conferencing + 1 language||12 mb\s|
|Video conferencing + 2 languages||20 mb\s|