Does it really have to be port 50050 ?

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  • (@tafaner66)

    Looking through the tech material, I can’t find a way to get around the hardcoding of this port.
    Am I missing something ?
    Here in France, my ISP (Free) limits the range of ports that can be used for each user.
    They do this to economise on IP4 addresses, effectively packing 4 users into 1 address and decoding the ports in bands:

      ports 1-16363 for user 1
      ports 16384-32767 for user 2
      ports 32768-49151 for user 3
      ports 49152-65536 for user 4

    as documented here
    I’m currently on ADSL, but our newly-arriving Fibre does exactly the same thing.
    Errm…Would it be a lot of work to make this port user-defineable (as it is with JamKazam) ?
    Thanks in advance !
    (SoundJack looks great, btw!)

    (@jazzalex)

    The port is determined to 50050 but your router make change this and this is also OK because Soundjack automatically detects the new one. That being said you don’t need to worry about the actual port as long as it is not filtered/blocked.

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