[Nice] Can't get TURN candidates
zax337 at gmail.com
Fri Jun 28 07:54:10 PDT 2013
Well, this is a bit weird, but it seems to work now..
I don't really know what made the trick, I only redo all what I tried
Perhaps activating gupnp ?
Thank you, anyway.
2013/6/28 Isaline LAURENT <zax337 at gmail.com>
> Hi Youness,
> Thanks for your answer.
> The wiresharks captures are quite relevant (well, I guess) :
> - with the stun : 1. binding request, 2. allocation request, 3.
> binding response, 4. 5. 6. : allocate requests.
> - with the turn : 1. binding request, 2. allocation request.. and the
> same three times more, but no response from the turn.
> I already changed the compatibility to google mode for the stun, as it
> didn't work with the RFC compliant at first.
> The basic application works with libjingle. I have no more information
> about the compatibility..
> I didn't set up the server, and nobody seems to be able to answer this
> question at work. ;)
> I join the two output of the simple-example (with stun and turn), if it
> can help.
> 2013/6/27 Youness Alaoui <youness.alaoui at collabora.co.uk>
>> Hi Isaline,
>> Sorry for the late response. I've been on vacation/away for a while.
>> In case you still haven't fixed your issue, could you tell me what TURN
>> you're using? Do you have a wireshark capture and what kind of
>> requests/responses do you see? Also, you can enable libnice logging with
>> environment variable NICE_DEBUG=all, it might help you track down the
>> My guess would be that you're using a turn server that is incompatible
>> with the
>> ICE mode that you are using.. for example, using an RFC-compliant TURN
>> wile setting libnice compatibility to google mode.
>> I hope this helps,
>> On 06/21/2013 06:45 AM, Isaline LAURENT wrote:
>> > Hi,
>> > I'm using libnice for a project, and it works fine with a stun server.
>> > Nevertheless, when I try to use a turn, I only get the local candidate.
>> > To make the problem simplier, I tried with the "simple-example" (in
>> > which works fine with the stun too, but same problem with the turn.
>> > I added a "nice_agent_set_relay_info" just after adding the stream, but
>> > more happens.
>> > I know the turn server is ok because we use it for other purpose.
>> > Is there something I miss ?
>> > Many thanks.
>> > Isaline
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