Re: [MMUSIC] Question about Bundle and Legacy Interop (RE: Bundle, TURN and Legacy Interop)

Ted Hardie <> Thu, 14 March 2013 02:17 UTC

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Subject: Re: [MMUSIC] Question about Bundle and Legacy Interop (RE: Bundle, TURN and Legacy Interop)
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On Wed, Mar 13, 2013 at 6:19 PM,  <> wrote:
> A question related to legacy interop for Bundle. Bundle was originally
> motivated by RTCWeb, but since RTCWeb uses SDP, it has become a more generic
> SDP issue. However, does the legacy interop issue concern RTCWeb at all, or
> is it issue purely for SIP-based devices wanting to apply Bundle?

Hi Markus,

The rtcweb charter says "There is a desire to standardize the basis
for such     communication so that interoperable communication can be
established  between any compatible browsers. The goal is to enable
innovation on top of a set of basic components.  One core component is
to enable real-time media like audio and video, a second is to enable
data transfer directly between clients."  I believe we have generally
read that to mean that the focus should be on browser-based clients
and interop with non-WebRTC endpoints may end up relying on gateways
or other intermediaries.

My personal view, not a consensus view of the chairs,


Ted Hardie