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  • ThunderousGlare

    one very confusing part about signaling vs NAT traversal (STUN TURN) is that does NAT traversal happens after or during SDP signaling.

    Because if you look at SDP data it includes ICE servers.

    Meaning client must have already contacted the STUN or TURN server and then included the results in STUN server.

    Please someone correct me if im wrong? If Browsers connect to STUN server afterwards then what is point of ICE candidates in SDP as seen at 2:52

  • Wow മലയാളി

    I have watched almost all videos available on youtube about wrtc but this guy explains well than the makers of it
    thanks alot

  • amora

    Could someone help me understand how to create a webrtc mcu server or application? (look I am really stupid in servers and programming, I'm just a Designer)

  • Lester Golden

    If you're designing a web-based ACD (Automatic Call Distribution) system for video calls by customers to an inbound call center, is there a risk that as you scale it up to hundreds of thousands of calls/month you'd have to change the signalling and SDP protocols while the system is in flight?

  • Tim Banon

    SQL can create the initial answer that the creator needs to respond to, or create the answer that creators respond to, regardless signaling servers can be built in MySQL alongside Server Sent Events, which is incompatible with Edge, as of this post, but may change because Edge is changing to Chromium.

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