- Enterprise (Meetings)
- Enterprise (Events)
- What is whitelisting?
- Whitelisting Pigeonhole Live domains
What is whitelisting?
A whitelist (allowlist) is a cybersecurity strategy that approves a list of email addresses, IP addresses, domain names or applications, while denying all others.
In order to maintain a smooth browsing experience, it is advisable to whitelist trusted URLs for links that redirect your users outside of your organisation's site. Administrators have to tailor-make whitelists in advance based on their unique wants and needs. This means URLs that are not on the list are blocked.
Whitelisting Pigeonhole Live domains
For a smooth, disruption-free experience when using Pigeonhole Live for your events and meetings, we strongly recommend that you whitelist the following domains and ensure that they are not being blocked by your company’s firewall:
Aside from whitelisting the domains above, please enable WebSocket Protocol and the following ports: