Hi, I currently have Prodigy installed on a server within the work internal network. The goal is to start one Prodigy session, and multiple users can access the annotation webpage in the browsers on their own workstations. I don't need any authentication methods, and it will be a manual annotation workflow (so no active learning going on). Essentially anyone on the internal network should be able to just access the web page and annotate.
I am completely naive when it comes to setting up servers, so I don't know what the easiest way would be to deal with this. Is it sufficient to just configure
PRODIGY_HOST to the host server's LAN IPv4, and configure
PRODIGY_PORT to one that is open to the computers on the internal network?
For example, if the host server's IPv4 address
220.127.116.11, and the port
1010 is accessible by computers on the network, can I just configure
PRODIGY_PORT with those values, and a user from a computer on the network can simply access it by accessing 18.104.22.168 in a browser?