Improved connectivity for users behind restrictive firewalls


With this release of Nimbb Player 1.21, we are improving how the player connects to our servers. For some users working in enterprises, their business firewall would block any connection tried by the Nimbb Player on port TCP 1935. Now, Nimbb will try to connect on port 80 as a fail-over. If this is also unsuccessful, Nimbb will try one last attempt by using HTTP tunneling connectivity to our servers. This might cause a slower connection when playing or recording a video, but will allow almost all users to use Nimbb on any business network.

Note that the FAQ was updated with this information.

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