Deploying Zoom API Connector using Docker

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The Zoom API Connector, while normally deployed on a Windows-based host machine, can also be deployed using a Linux-based host in conjunction with Docker containers (software packages).

Prerequisites for deploying Zoom API connector using Docker

VM requirements

  • Host machine requirements:
    • 2 core processor
    • 8 GB of Ram
    • 20 GB of storage
  • Docker downloaded and installed on your host machine

Note: The above device requirements, support up to 200 endpoints

How to deploy the Zoom API connector using Docker

  1. Sign in to the Zoom web portal.
  2. In the navigation panel, click Room Management, then click Cisco/Polycom Rooms.
  3. Click the API Connectors tab.
  4. Click Add API Connector.
  5. Fill out the following fields:
    • API Description: The name/description of the API connector
    • Private Networks: The private network ranges of devices, the API connector can provision.
      Note: If creating more then one API Connector, you can not use overlapping IP ranges.
  6. Click Finish when done.
  7. Download and unzip the Zoom Room Connector Runner files.
  8. Open and edit the dockerstart.sh file.
  9. Replace {{*}} in the following lines, with your Connector ID and Private Key:
    connectorId={{*}}
    privateKey={{*}}
  10. Save the changes to the file.
  11. Grant executable permissions for the script by running the following commands:
    cd ./zoom-connector-runner
    chmod +x dockerstart.sh
  12. Run the dockerstart.sh script.

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