[Users] Please Advice!!

Bogdan-Andrei Iancu bogdan at voice-system.ro
Tue Jan 23 17:39:33 CET 2007

Hi Jayesh,

it is not something general accepted, but my personal advice is to try 
to do the nat traversal on the client side - if it has a robust and 
correct STUN implementation, use it.
use nat traversal only for phones without STUN (or with bogus STUN) and 
for corner-cases when STUN does not work at all.

doing this, yo will minimize the impact on the server.


Jayesh Nambiar wrote:

> Hi,
> We are planning to use Openser in a large scale deployment. We are 
> planning to stick to Linksys ATAs and IP Phones.
> Now all these phones have good NAT handling capablities. I just wanted 
> to understand if it is better to handle these parameters on the UA 
> side instead of Openser side.
> Will it cause some overhead to reduce at the Openser side.
> By using these UAs is it also possible to eliminate the use of 
> Mediaproxy/RTPproxy at the Server side.
> I have the Openser working fine with Mediaproxy but I just wanted some 
> expert suggestion from the people who are using these kind of UAs.
> Thanks,
> w/regards,
> Jayesh.
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