[jdev] Re: discovering extensions without disco

Peter Saint-Andre stpeter at jabber.org
Thu Apr 6 15:10:21 CDT 2006


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Robert McQueen wrote:
> Gary Burd wrote:
>> Please let us know which of the extensions you would like to see
>> documented and supported in a formal way.
> 
> Of particular interest at the moment is how we should discover your STUN
> & TURN servers. Does the client have the servers hardcoded, or does it
> get them sent to it during the web authentication? Would you consider
> adding SRV records in the SIP style of _stun._udp.gmail.com etc for
> making at least your STUN servers available to 3rd party clients?

We've also talked about creating a service discovery identity of
"proxy/stun" (probably also "proxy/turn" would be helpful) for those
implementations that cannot or do not support SRV lookups.

Peter

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Peter Saint-Andre
Jabber Software Foundation
http://www.jabber.org/people/stpeter.shtml

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