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  • Windows 7 or newer
  • Mac OS 10.7 8.5 or higher

  • Linux 3-4 years old, version 6 7 or higher (RHEL6RHEL7/SLC6SLC7/centos6centos7/debian6debian7/etc).

Personal Computer Microprocessors 

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Vibe is optimized for every meeting type to run on a DSL speed Internet connection or better.  Ezuce assumes the user will have at least a 500 kilobits per second up-link speed and at least 5 megabits per second downlink speed with their service provider.  Typically, WiFi cannot sustain these speeds.  Users will find a WiFi connected meeting starts with reasonable video quality, but eventually degrades as other devices that share the WiFi connection disrupt the network throughput.  Users should, therefore, connect to the Internet through a hardwired connection to assure a faster connection with fewer lost packets.  This is particularly important to Vibe as each video tile is a real-time stream so a 10 person meeting is the equivalent to nine simultaneous real-time videos streams from Netflix.  Use a hard-wire connection, as WiFi wasn’t designed for this amount of traffic.  That said we have many users report they have great meeting quality over WiFi so your results will vary depending on the quality of your WiFi and the devices connected in your immediate area. 

Firewall rules (Vibe USHI Customers)

For organizations that have very tight network security for their firewalls, it may be necessary to open your firewall on your router.  The firewall will need the following ports opened for the client’s machine: 36015 UDP and TCP, both IN and OUT. Best audio and video quality will be achieved with UDP port 36015 UDP both IN and OUT open for the connection. 

There is also the possibility to use “general” TCP ports 80, 443, 8080, 8443 to connect to the Vibe server. This is very helpful in the case where one or more remote participants are in a strictly controlled environment such as a hotel or coffee shop where they cannot alter the firewall policy and have to use generally available ports for Internet access. This feature is selectable by the organization who is hosting the server.  See your Vibe account manager for more details.  


 

Firewall rules (Vibe SRN Customers)

 

For organizations that have very tight network security for their firewalls, it may be necessary to open your firewall on your router.  The firewall will need the following ports opened for the client’s machine: 46015 UDP and TCP, both IN and OUT. Best audio and video quality will be achieved with UDP port 46015 UDP both IN and OUT open for the connection. 

There is also the possibility to use “general” TCP ports 80, 443, 8080, 8443 to connect to the Vibe server. This is very helpful in the case where one or more remote participants are in a strictly controlled environment such as a hotel or coffee shop where they cannot alter the firewall policy and have to use generally available ports for Internet access. This feature is selectable by the organization who is hosting the server.  See your Vibe account manager for more details.  

Cameras

Any webcam with VGA output up through 1080p will work.  If your camera uses HDMI output ports (typical on camcorders) you will need a BlackMagic graphics card (Intensity Pro or Intensity Shuttle) to connect to your computer.  Most notebooks with built-in cameras will work just fine.  Vibe auto-detects available cameras and will intelligently select the appropriate camera, however, the user may desire to select another camera option from the camera pull-down-menu which is found on the arrow in the bottom right-hand corner of the camera icon.  Multiple simultaneous use of cameras is also possible.  See your administrator to turn on this feature in your virtual meeting rooms.

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