Adding a Proxy Server¶
An additional proxy server is usually needed in companies with a complex network infrastructure to improve the quality and speed of connections.
A virtual or physical server with the following minimum resources is required for deployment:
- Operating system: Debian/Ubuntu - Ubuntu 22.04/Debian 11 recommended
- RAM: 2 Gb
- CPU: 2 cores
- Drive: 16 Gb
- Public IP address with at least 100 Mbps of bandwidth
Deployment consists of several steps. They are numbered for ease of verification. Perform all steps one by one.
1. Preparing the environment¶
1.2 Authorize in the docker registry:
1.3 Open the following ports in the Firewall:
| || ||to connect via WebRTC protocol|
| || ||for WebRTC connection (media data)|
2. Preparing configs¶
2.1 Create a directory
2.2 Copy the
/opt/getscreen/proxy/config.json file from the main server into it.
2.3 Create a file
/opt/getscreen/docker-compose.yml with the following contents:
3. Running a container¶
3.1 Start the server with the following commands:
Connecting to a main server¶
Now you need to connect the added server to the infrastructure of the main server.
To do this, in the
/opt/getscreen/server/config.json file on the master server, add entries with the IP address of the added Proxy server to the
After changing the config, you must reboot the main server:
Last update: September 22nd, 2023