[OpenSIPS-Users] Nat_traversal version of fix_nated_sdp()

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Thu Jan 21 14:17:19 CET 2010

Hello Bogdan,

An mer., janv 20, 2010, Bogdan-Andrei Iancu schrieb:
>opensipslist at encambio.com wrote:
>> Because nat_traversal is newer and seems to be where most of the NAT
>> logic will be developed in the future, it seems the natural choice.
>> If I'm right about that, 
>That's not really true.
>nathelper is used together with rtpproxy (as media rely), while 
>nat_traversal in used together with mediaproxy. Both are to be developed 
>as alternative solutions to the same problem (at least for the moment)
Thanks for clearing that up. It seems strange that so many features
of both modules indent to do the same thing.

>>   How do I stop using the fix_nated_sdp() function from nathelper?
>>   Is there such a function in the nat_traversal module, or is there
>>     another way to achieve the same thing without using nathelper?
>nat_traversal module provides support only for signalling part (afaik) 
>and not for media/SDP part.  If you need the functionality of 
>fix_nated_sdp(), you need nathelper module.
Okay, I'll go back to using the nathelper module. The mediaproxy and
rtpproxy components don't interest me at all, though.


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