Do we have to use public CA to enable audio functionality in our webapp deployed on external server?

Hi, we’ve learned we have to serve our app over https to use audio functionality during meetings when our app is deployed on external server.

The thing is whether we have to use public certification authority.
Or can we use private certification authority to save our money and time??

Audio functionality isn’t enabled when our app is serving over http.

Which Web Client SDK version?

Device (please complete the following information):

  • Device: PC
  • OS: Win10
  • Browser: Edge, Chrome

Hi @koezukar,

If you’re asking whether or not you can use a self-signed certificate then the answer is yes! I currently use a self-signed certificate on my server, and also use CloudFlare’s built in SSL on another.


Great suggestion, thanks @alexmayo !

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Hi alexmayo,

Thanks a lot for your reply.
We successfully enable audio functions during meetings by serving our app https using self-signed certificate as your advice.

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Excellent! Glad I could help :+1:

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Thanks again @alexmayo!


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