[jitsi-dev] stun4j ice4j and stun servers


#1

I have been working on some software that used stun4j. It had problems so I discovered that ice4j was the most recent version of this and have implemented this.

I have then run it behind my domestic firewall using a number of public stun servers (or what may be public stun servers). I ran it twice, first with the firewall indicating I was in a DMZ and then with the DMZ switched off. I got different responses from different servers. Does anyone know why this might be.

I will post a separate email with the lists of responses. I am doing it separately because the mail filter tends to block log lists and I am hoping to get this through.


#2

I am not sure I understand what you are saying.

Different servers how?

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On Sat, Feb 11, 2017 at 11:22 AM, John Hemming <john@hemming.email> wrote:

I have been working on some software that used stun4j. It had problems so I
discovered that ice4j was the most recent version of this and have
implemented this.

I have then run it behind my domestic firewall using a number of public stun
servers (or what may be public stun servers). I ran it twice, first with
the firewall indicating I was in a DMZ and then with the DMZ switched off.
I got different responses from different servers. Does anyone know why this
might be.

I will post a separate email with the lists of responses. I am doing it
separately because the mail filter tends to block log lists and I am hoping
to get this through.

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