Thanks for sending. A few comments in-line:
very nice reading if you missed it
maybe good project for GSOC for jitsi?
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Předmět: [asterisk-users] Somewhat-OT: Stupid NAT tricks to learn from
Datum: Fri, 20 Sep 2013 09:17:30 -0400
Od: Kristian Kielhofner <email@example.com>
Přeposláno - Komu: Asterisk Users Mailing List - Non-Commercial
Komu: Asterisk Users Mailing List - Non-Commercial Discussion
I've been spending some time looking at some of the significant
changes Apple has made to Facetime in iOS 7. I'm far from an Apple
fanboy but some of them are pretty interesting:
- multiplexing everything over a single UDP port
Sounds like BUNDLE + RTCP-MUX. This is on our todo list with WebRTC compatibility being the main reason. The main effect on NAT traversal here would be that ICE negotiation times could potentially be shortened in some cases.
- deflate compression with SIP
- various /slight/ protocol violations
As SDP bodies swell more and more can we hope to build significant
support for multiplexing and deflate compression in the SIP-focused
open source ecosystem?
SDP bodies do grow but they are still only a fraction of what the endpoints exchange in terms of media, so I expect this to be somewhat low priority for us.