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I haven't PeerServer signaling server code

Lautaro_A_
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Hi, I have a webrtc application working in conference mode (with rooms) and I want to migrate it to peer-to-peer mode. In the p2p example (in "Intel_CS_WebRTC.v3.2_Update1") I have:

var serverAddress='https://example.com:8096';  // Please change example.com to signaling server's address.
var p2p=new Woogeen.PeerClient({});

But looking in the files that "Intel_CS_WebRTC.v3.2_Update1" contains I can't found the signaling server's code. I found this address in the documentation: "http://61.152.239.56:8095/" and I try with it (thinking thats a public example) but didn't work for me.

And here are my questions:

  • Is this signaling server included (and started) when I run "bin/start-all.sh"?
  • If not, where can I found this code?

If I'm wrong with any of this items please explain to me.

Thanks.

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