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Client and network

Client and network

Browsers connect to the XLeap service via standard port TCP 443 (https; TLS 1.3). The conferencing service uses ports UDP 20,000 - 65,000 falling back to TCP 443 if those ports are blocked.

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Computers

XLeap runs in recent versions of all popular browsers. XLeap does not require downloads, plug-ins, or add-ons.

  • Chrome from version 81 (Recommended)
    Chrome is fully compatible also on Windows, Mac, Linux and ChromeOS. Older versions (from v76) can join XLeap sessions without a conference.*
  • Edge from version 79
    Edge (Chromium) is fully compatible on Windows and Mac. Legacy versions (from v16) can join XLeap sessions without a conference.*
  • Firefox from version 76
    Firefox is fully compatible on Windows and Mac.
  • Opera from version 68
    Opera is fully compatible on Windows and Mac.
  • Safari from version 13
    Safari is fully compatible. Older versions (11, 12) can join XLeap sessions without a conference.*

Limited compatibility:

  • Internet Explorer 11
    Internet Explorer 11 does not support XLeap conferencing. It can join XLeap sessions without a conference.*

 

Tablets and phones

By their design, mobile devices only support passive screen sharing.

  • Android. Users of Android 7+ tablets or smartphones use Chrome or Firefox.
  • iOS. Users of iPads or iPhones use Safari from v13. Older versions (11, 12) can join XLeap sessions without a conference.*

 

* XLeap sessions which run over an extended period of time ('anytime sessions') typically do not require the conferencing service and will admit participants with legacy browsers that would not meet the requirements of the conferencing service. This is also true for Portable Servers, and for sessions which use a 3rd-party conferencing service.

Chrome browser
Firefox
Microsoft Edge Chromium
Opera
Safari browser
Internet Explorer 11