[Security] client-to-client security :: Summary and todo's

Peter Saint-Andre stpeter at stpeter.im
Sun Aug 31 18:12:21 CDT 2008

Pedro Melo wrote:
> Hi,
> On Aug 23, 2008, at 2:12 PM, Dirk Meyer wrote:
>> Pedro Melo wrote:
>>> Yes, what do we need from the server? In a perfect world I would hope
>>> not to have to go through the server apart from the Jingle
>>> negotiation? Ok, and IBB-Jingle fallback.
>> In that case we need a SOCKS5 proxy or a TURN server. I prefer the
>> TURN server but we lack ice-tcp support to use it.
> If you can negotiate a direct TCP (or TCP-like with order guarantees) 
> via ICE, much better.

We're waiting for the ice-tcp Internet-Draft to be more stable before we 
write a XEP that depends on it.

>> I also need the server to help me find a TURN server I can use if I
>> need one.
> Isn't this a problem to be solved by the Jingle specs?

See XEP-0215 (External Service Discovery):


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