[jdev] Re: discovering extensions without disco

Peter Saint-Andre stpeter at jabber.org
Fri Apr 7 11:20:23 CDT 2006


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Scott Ludwig wrote:
>> 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 agree we need to support and document a public way of stun and
> relay discovery, and relay server resource allocation. This needs to
> be addressed in the jingle jeps as well. The discovery mechanism in
> use by the Talk client at the moment isn't something we can support
> for general use.

IMHO a combination of the STUN SRV records and service discovery should
do the trick. But maybe I'm missing something. :-)

Peter
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