[Standards] Re: Jingle bootstrapping

Peter Saint-Andre stpeter at jabber.org
Mon Mar 5 23:35:40 UTC 2007


Alexander Gnauck wrote:
> Thiago Camargo schrieb:
>> If we want to stay using pure STUN and pure ICE solutions, I can't see 
>> any reasons to use jingle instead of SIP.
>>
>> Let's use our community to build the best solution for Multimedia 
>> Signaling and Negotiation. Let's build something new and better then 
>> what we already have today
>>
>> Let's show why XMPP + Jingle could be the next Signaling protocol.
> 
> the problem is to pass NAT and firewalls. Currently it looks like STUN 
> and ICE the best protocols out there. The problem is that they are 
> complex, and no ICE libraries are available yet.

They are in the works (Telepathy etc.).

> We also discussed this in detail on the DevCon in Brussels. Our 
> conclusion was that we should evaluate all possibilities out there, and 
> also take a closer look at Teredo.

Agreed. Thankfully Jingle provides a modular approach so we can plug in 
many different kinds of transports and see what works best.

Peter

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Peter Saint-Andre
XMPP Standards Foundation
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