[Serusers] About ser and fcp...
jiri at iptel.org
Thu Feb 5 10:21:53 CET 2004
FCP is not being actively maintained. If your concerns is getting
over NAT you may learn using nathelper and RTP relay. They implement
a server-based NAT traversal concept. To make your life easier,
you can complementarily use a more light-weighted, client-based
approach such as STUN.
At 08:02 AM 2/5/2004, jimmy huang wrote:
>I have some questions about ser .
>I am building a voip environment with ser 0.8.12 and kphone 3.11
>it works in intranet (IM , Voice...)
>now i want to try across NAT/Firewall , means client A is in private
>network , and client B is in public network , server is in public network
>what should i need to do?
>(1)install fcpd in the machine which sip proxy install in ? and in ser what module should i compile fcp or ... ? (but i can't find fcp module in 0.8.12..)
>or has anyone has the experience can tell me ?
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