And while at it – don’t mix signaling with NAT traversal.
Somehow, many people are asking these question in different phrasing, taking different angles and approaches to it. The thing is, if you want to build a robust production worthy service using WebRTC, you need to split these three entities. (Read More…)
WebRTC establishes peer-to-peer connections between web browsers. To do that, it uses a set of techniques known as Interactive Connectivity Establishment or ICE. ICE allows clients behind certain types of routers that perform Network Address Translation, or NAT,to establish direct connections. (See the WebRTC glossary entry for a good introduction.) One of the first problems is for … Read More ›