[jitsi-dev] STUN and TURN server


#1

Does Jitsi Meet and Jitsi VideoBridge that are on Jitsi's server have STUN
or TURN server?
If I were host Jitsi Meet or Jitsi VideoBridge on my own server, do I have
to install STUN or TURN server?


#2

Nope, you only need jvb. JVB is a relay, just like a turn server.

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On Wed, Oct 19, 2016 at 12:27 PM, Jasmine Yuan <jasmineyuan2016@gmail.com> wrote:

Does Jitsi Meet and Jitsi VideoBridge that are on Jitsi's server have STUN
or TURN server?
If I were host Jitsi Meet or Jitsi VideoBridge on my own server, do I have
to install STUN or TURN server?

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#3

Hi Daniel,

Am I correct if I still think that TURN could make sense in few (rear)
cases where

1. the user is behind a firewall that blocks totally outgoing TCP on
https (so to jitsi videobridge to port 443, (or 4443)
but the firewall allows communication to a group of TURN relay server
address and ports, e.g communication to ports 3478, 5349 and a to well
known group of TURN servce provider ip addresses.

2. Where the client's firewall not allows to communicate outside of a
set of IP address ranges, but inside this ranges there is a TRUN server
but not a JVB.

3. Client's ISP has a very limited Commodity (World Wide) connection,
but client's ISP has a very good high bandwidth connection to local
Internet eXchange (IX),
and there is local TURN server with excellent World Wide network connection.

etc.

What do you think?

Thanks,

Misi

2016-10-19 23:09 keltezéssel, Damian Minkov írta:

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Nope, you only need jvb. JVB is a relay, just like a turn server.

On Wed, Oct 19, 2016 at 12:27 PM, Jasmine Yuan > <jasmineyuan2016@gmail.com> wrote:

Does Jitsi Meet and Jitsi VideoBridge that are on Jitsi's server have STUN
or TURN server?
If I were host Jitsi Meet or Jitsi VideoBridge on my own server, do I have
to install STUN or TURN server?

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#4

I am sooooo sorry I meant to write Damian.

Sorry,
Misi

2016-10-20 11:30 keltezéssel, Mészáros Mihály írta:

···

Hi Daniel,

Am I correct if I still think that TURN could make sense in few (rear)
cases where

1. the user is behind a firewall that blocks totally outgoing TCP on
https (so to jitsi videobridge to port 443, (or 4443)
but the firewall allows communication to a group of TURN relay server
address and ports, e.g communication to ports 3478, 5349 and a to well
known group of TURN servce provider ip addresses.

2. Where the client's firewall not allows to communicate outside of a
set of IP address ranges, but inside this ranges there is a TRUN server
but not a JVB.

3. Client's ISP has a very limited Commodity (World Wide) connection,
but client's ISP has a very good high bandwidth connection to local
Internet eXchange (IX),
and there is local TURN server with excellent World Wide network connection.

etc.

What do you think?

Thanks,

Misi

2016-10-19 23:09 keltezéssel, Damian Minkov írta:

Nope, you only need jvb. JVB is a relay, just like a turn server.

On Wed, Oct 19, 2016 at 12:27 PM, Jasmine Yuan >> <jasmineyuan2016@gmail.com> wrote:

Does Jitsi Meet and Jitsi VideoBridge that are on Jitsi's server have STUN
or TURN server?
If I were host Jitsi Meet or Jitsi VideoBridge on my own server, do I have
to install STUN or TURN server?

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#5

Hi,

Well, you can always add the ip address of the bridge to the allowed list.
Yes, your cases are valid, but are corner cases.
As bridge is already a relay, we dropped the support of turn, I think or
maybe the code is there but not used.
You can always give it a try and provide a patch.

Regards

damencho

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On Oct 20, 2016 04:46, "Mészáros Mihály" <misi@niif.hu> wrote:

I am sooooo sorry I meant to write Damian.

Sorry,
Misi

2016-10-20 11:30 keltezéssel, Mészáros Mihály írta:
> Hi Daniel,
>
> Am I correct if I still think that TURN could make sense in few (rear)
> cases where
>
> 1. the user is behind a firewall that blocks totally outgoing TCP on
> https (so to jitsi videobridge to port 443, (or 4443)
> but the firewall allows communication to a group of TURN relay server
> address and ports, e.g communication to ports 3478, 5349 and a to well
> known group of TURN servce provider ip addresses.
>
> 2. Where the client's firewall not allows to communicate outside of a
> set of IP address ranges, but inside this ranges there is a TRUN server
> but not a JVB.
>
> 3. Client's ISP has a very limited Commodity (World Wide) connection,
> but client's ISP has a very good high bandwidth connection to local
> Internet eXchange (IX),
> and there is local TURN server with excellent World Wide network
connection.
>
> etc.
>
> What do you think?
>
> Thanks,
>
> Misi
>
>
> 2016-10-19 23:09 keltezéssel, Damian Minkov írta:
>> Nope, you only need jvb. JVB is a relay, just like a turn server.
>>
>> On Wed, Oct 19, 2016 at 12:27 PM, Jasmine Yuan > >> <jasmineyuan2016@gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Does Jitsi Meet and Jitsi VideoBridge that are on Jitsi's server have
STUN
>>> or TURN server?
>>> If I were host Jitsi Meet or Jitsi VideoBridge on my own server, do I
have
>>> to install STUN or TURN server?
>>>
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