Trading Risk’s ILS Week

A series of seminars covering key topics in the alternative reinsurance market.

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Meeting Rooms Troubleshooting

If you are having issues accessing the meeting rooms, please read.


  • If you are not a host someone needs to let you in. Be patient.
  • If you are a host keep an eye on the notifications in the meeting room sidebar and promptly let people in.
  • We recommend the use of headphones for improved audio quality.

It helps to determine whether the problem may be caused by your network environment or the hardware. You can use the following steps to determine this:

  1. Make sure you are using the latest version of a WebRTC-capable browser (We recommend Chrome or Firefox). Check here for a list of known major supported browsers.
  2. Make sure you have the right ports open. You can check this by running our Pre-call tool.

This test should reveal whether there are any network issues connecting to the our servers. If something is blocked:

  1. Are you connected to the internet?
  2. Web browser security settings (especially for IE) may be too restrictive or blocking certain content.
  3. There may be a security restriction enforced on your network. Check out our guide on restrictive networks here.
  4. Still no luck? Send us a support request. We'd love to help.

If the earlier Pre-call test didn't show any issues with network, but you weren't able to see the camera/microphone functioning correctly:

  1. Please confirm that you are allowing access to it when prompted by the browser. You may have blocked access and saved this preference. Please check in your browser settings to confirm this is not the case.
  2. Check if the camera works on a different browser. For instance, if you are using Firefox see if Chrome works instead.
  3. If you have multiple cameras, make sure that the right camera is selected.
  4. Does the camera work in the WebRTC demo?
  5. Does the camera work in Skype or Photo Booth?
  6. Still no luck? Send us a support request. We'd love to help.