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find a TURN server #327

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ianb opened this issue Mar 28, 2013 · 2 comments
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find a TURN server #327

ianb opened this issue Mar 28, 2013 · 2 comments
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@ianb ianb commented Mar 28, 2013

STUN servers work for certain network topologies, but for many they aren't enough. A TURN server is necessary to establish audio in this case. Something as simple as both people behind a NAT requires this.

There aren't any public TURN servers right now. They aren't free to host. But it would be nice if we had one.

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@ianb ianb commented Apr 17, 2013

WebRTC isn't working with TURN yet, so it's useful yet.

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@lkraav lkraav commented Jan 7, 2014

Are there any instructions available how to configure your own STUN server for TJS or vice versa? Such as STUNTMAN from http://www.stunprotocol.org

So far our 4 party Audio test failed pretty miserably. But http://apprtc.appspot.com/ worked, so it was quite likely STUN/TURN thing.

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