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Henagon

Portes of teamviewer

Hello everyone!
I connected through a filtered internet provider so I have a lot of problems with the feature.
I would be happy if you could provide me with the list of addresses / sites / ports that the software should use, which I will send to a company that will open them to me freely and it will help me very much.
Thank you all !!!

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Hexagon
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Re: Portes of teamviewer

Destination IPs Addresses

The TeamViewer software makes connections to our master servers located around the world. These servers use a number of different IP address ranges, which are also frequently changing. As such, we are unable to provide a list of our server IPs. However, all of our IP addresses have PTR records that resolve to *.teamviewer.com. You can use this to restrict the destination IP addresses that you allow through your firewall or proxy server.

 

I don't work for TeamViewer. I'm just a user.

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Hexagon

Re: Portes of teamviewer

Which-ports-are-used-by-TeamViewer

  • TCP/UDP Port 5938 is preferred.
  • TCP Port 443 is tried next.
  • TCP Port 80 is a last resort.
I don't work for TeamViewer. I'm just a user.
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Posted by
Henagon

Re: Portes of teamviewer

thank you for the answer!
I've already seen this post, but it does not help me.
I need to know URL of sites (WWW.?.COM) to open them for good.
Thanks for the help
Waiting for an answer
Michael

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Hexagon
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Re: Portes of teamviewer

Destination IPs Addresses

The TeamViewer software makes connections to our master servers located around the world. These servers use a number of different IP address ranges, which are also frequently changing. As such, we are unable to provide a list of our server IPs. However, all of our IP addresses have PTR records that resolve to *.teamviewer.com. You can use this to restrict the destination IP addresses that you allow through your firewall or proxy server.

 

I don't work for TeamViewer. I'm just a user.

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