Re: [rtcweb] HTTP Fallback draft

Iñaki Baz Castillo <ibc@aliax.net> Tue, 07 August 2012 19:34 UTC

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Hi Lorenzo, sorry for opening another thread about this (I didn't
check my unread emails before reading the draft). Please see comments
inline:


> Hannes Tschofenig <hannes.tschofenig@gmx.net> wrote:

>> Just to be clear, I don't have objections regarding your draft. I just would like to understand what motives people to run everything over HTTP (besides using HTTP features, which you don't really do).

Honestly I don't like the "all-over-http" vision. Admins filtering
traffic other than HTTP or HTTPS will also do their best efforts for
filtering specific traffic over HTTP, and IMHO making specifications
to run protocolos over HTTP legitimizes those hateful filtering
techniques.





2012/8/7 Lorenzo Miniero <lorenzo@meetecho.com>om>:

> I agree with you and I'm not really dying to do RTP over HTTP either, but if some scenarios make it impossible for use cases to work (and some firewall/NAT deployers are to blame here, probably) then a fallback mechanism is something that can be nice to have, especially if we're interested in something that "just works".

That's the problem (IMHO): if we make all to work over HTTP then some
day telcos providers will just offer HTTP (as "Internet") and we'll
need to study a new OSI model in which the lowest layer is called
"HTTP".

BTW: I sitll don't understand which is the advantage of using RTP over
HTTPS in comparison to TURN over TLS:443. Does is exist?


Regards.


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