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Here are the technology requirements for getting everything up and running.
|Microsoft Internet Explorer2||Most Recent||Most Recent||For all sites listed in “connectivity” section:
– Pop-up blockers disabled
– At least 1024×768 screen resolution for best experience
|Microsoft Edge||Most Recent||Most Recent|
|Mozilla Firefox||Most Recent||Most Recent|
|Google Chrome||Most Recent||Most Recent|
|Site/DNS name||Current IP Addresses3||Protocol (port)||Notes|
|www.bai.org||varies by time and location4||HTTP (TCP port 80)
HTTPS (TCP port 443)
|Login screens and information pages|
|lmgr.bai.org||varies by time and location4||Learning manager application site|
|idesign.bai.org||varies by time and location4||HTTP (TCP port 80)
HTTPS (TCP port 443)
|Courseware creation and editing application|
|smtp.bai.org||varies by time and location4||SMTP (TCP port 25)||Site from which email notifications originate. Allow-list all @bai.org email addresses, or individually allow-list these addresses:
- Other browsers and versions may or may not work with the BAI Learning Manager. We make every effort to ensure the site is as accessible as possible for everyone by utilizing web standards and testing new browser versions as they become available. However, we can only provide best-effort support for the Learning Manager using any browser or software version not listed above.
- Microsoft has ended support for older versions of Internet Explorer on Windows 7 and later as of January 12, 2016. Older versions of IE on Windows 7 and later are no longer receiving security updates from Microsoft. For your own security, upgrading to IE version 11 or using an alternate browser is strongly recommended by BAI. If your organization has a legacy web application which requires an older version of IE, Microsoft offers Enterprise Mode for using those sites with IE version 11.
- Minimum downstream bandwidth 128 kbps for video playback. Average bandwidth usage is approximately 10 kbps per concurrent user.
- Sites listed in the connectivity section should be allow-listed by DNS name rather than IP address in all security appliances or security software. IP addresses will change as we add functionality, server capacity, or switch to backup providers in the event of a datacenter outage. Allow-listing the entire bai.org domain (*.bai.org) might be the most convenient approach for many organizations.