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Turn Stun Servers

Artem_M_
New Contributor I
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Hello. We faced with problem of firewalls, proxies of our users. So we decided to add Turn server to allow them work throw it in standart ports.

We installed reTurnServer (http://www.rtcquickstart.org/ICE-STUN-TURN-server-installation/reTurnServer)

And added properties like in attachments 451954

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Is there any public that we can test, or we should use our own?

In that case what turn/stun server you can decide?

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Chunbo_H_Intel1
Employee
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Hi Artem,

I've sent you guys the TURN server that has been tested with v2.1 via email. Please have a try.

Thanks!

Artem_M_
New Contributor I
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Hello. We added turn servers to config.

In http://vs04.pruffme.com:3001 - you can see you test example, but it recieves and shows all streams.
We se the next problems:

1)If client without firewalls - we can translate video, but every 30-50 seconds it stops in reciever for 5-10 seconds and then restarts. Voice is coming. You can test it in that link.

It work te same on different computers and browsers. And even connection time is longer that in  2.0 version
 
2) If reciever is behind firewall - image comes(with turn) in 30 seconds, but it work veeery slow. In in some seconds signal looses.
What we are doing wrang? 

Here is our config:

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Chunbo_H_Intel1
Employee
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I see the problems you mentioned, and I suggest that you setup your own TURN server for Pruffme as I mentioned in another topic, since TURN will relay each packet in your user scenario and the TURN server we provide might not be  a good choice.

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