# Having Trouble Logging into Nanome?
# Open these ports for Firewall
# In order to use the Nanome application, please allow outbound connections to ports 80 and 443 for the following domains:
- nanome.ai Additionally, allow outbounds connection for UDP Ports 5055, 5056, 5058 to IP: '22.214.171.124' (public multi-user collaboration server)
# If you are using an Oculus, please allow outbound connections to ports 80 and 443 for the following domains:
- akamaidh.net Additionally, allow outbound connections for ports 3478 TCP and/or 50000-59999 UDP
# If you want to download files from public protein and drug databases, please allow outbound connections to ports 80 and 443 for the following domains:
# If you are using Steam, please open these ports to log into Steam and download content:
- HTTP (TCP port 80) and HTTPS (443)
- UDP 27015 through 27030
- TCP 27015 through 27030 For generic Steam HTTP/HTTPS requests, your proxy should allow the following domains:
# If you are using Nanome Plugin, please allow outbound connections to TCP Ports 8888 and 4530 for this domain:
# Oculus for Business Only:
Firewall 443 outbound connectivity to the following URLs:
Oculus for Business FAQ
# Allow Nanome through firewall
# 1. In the Start menu click Settings, and then enter Firewall in the Find a Setting search box.
# 2. Click Windows Firewall in the search results. In the resulting Windows Firewall window, click Allow an App or Feature through Windows Firewall.
# 3. In the Allowed Apps window that appears, click the Change Settings button, and then select the check box for Nanome.
If you can't find Nanome in this list, click the Allow another app button, and type in the path to Nanome.exe or click the Browse button and select it.