[tram] considerations for ISP provided Turn server for webrtc

lingli deng <denglingli@gmail.com> Tue, 18 February 2014 01:56 UTC

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Subject: [tram] considerations for ISP provided Turn server for webrtc
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Hi all,

We have been following the discussion on relevant lists about ISP deployed
Turn relay for webrtc traffic with high interest, and think it would be
helpful to share some of our thoughts on this.

The attached is an initial draft discussing three potential usecases,
including traffic locality, resource sharing and QoS support, for an ISP to
provide public relay facilities for third party webrtc traffic.

Your review and comments would be highly appreciated.

Best Regards,
邓灵莉/Lingli Deng
中国移动通信研究院/China Mobile Research Institute
e-mail: denglingli@chinamobile.com
tel: 15801696688-3367
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