[OpenSIPS-Users] rtpproxy vs. STUN/TURN/ICE

Giovanni Maruzzelli gmaruzz at gmail.com
Sat Aug 29 18:01:54 CEST 2015

Stun/turn are the only methods used by webrtc peers, and because are used
through ICE they're very effective.

You can check coturn for an advanced implementation.

That said, only clients that supports turn will use it, check your clients

Rtpproxy, mediaengine, and the like do not rely on clients support, they
are.enforced by sip proxy manipulation of sdp.

So, actually they (turn and rtpproxy) are not alternative to each other,
but complementary.
Eg: your service can offer both technologies at the same time, clients
choose what to do.


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Giovanni Maruzzelli
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On Aug 29, 2015 5:48 PM, "Nabeel" <nabeelshikder at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi,
> I would like to know which is more effective for NAT traversal, rtpproxy
> or STUN/TURN/ICE implementation.
> I heard that TURN server with one public IP can function equivalent to
> rtpproxy, and TURN server with two public IPs is more effective than
> rtpproxy.
> Is that true?
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