[libnice] setup P2P connection for IP phones
philip at tecnocode.co.uk
Wed Sep 9 03:36:40 PDT 2015
In a real system, some kind of well-known signalling server would
exchange the credentials and candidates. The server would have to be on
a fixed IP address known to both peers.
This is the standard way for ICE to be implemented.
On Tue, 2015-09-08 at 22:17 -0700, tom chen wrote:
> I am a beginner of ICE/STUN/TURN. I need to use ICE to help setup
> P2P connection for internet phones (voip) which can be behind
> I am studying tests/test-fullmode and example/simple-example. They
> all need to exchange candidates/credentials:
> /home/libnice/examples$ ./simple-example 0 stunserver.org
> Copy this line to remote client:
> Tyyp 33oInvKVEn1Lo6LkVVy6P5 1,2013266431,192.168.10.17,47748,host
> But in real internet telephony application, how can each side know
> candidates & credentials of the other side? Does PBX help both sides
> to exchange this information?
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> nice at lists.freedesktop.org
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