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Every instance of ssrc in webrtc is an unsigned long. Is there a reason for it to be a DOMString in webrtc-stats? If so, a brief explanation would be helpful, with a description of what non-numeric values can be expected.
SSRCs by definition in RTP are 32-bit unsigned values. While you could translate them into hex (upper or lower? What if people compare against SDP, and the case is different? etc), that's kinda silly.
They should be 32 bits, unsigned.
We should convert it in the spec to 32 bit unsigned integers.
All the comments seem to indicate consensus here.
Changed to unsigned int.