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Chiroyce
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1000+ posts

WebRTC

So you can make this a WebRTC topic, but I mainly made it for asking a few questions…

(1) While using WebRTC to connect to a server, which in turn connects to other clients, does your IP reach the clients, or only the server?
(2) Does WebRTC have a way to have a peer-to-peer connection? Basically the ability to connect to another client (for audio/video streaming) without the need of a server.









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9pfs
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WebRTC

Chiroyce wrote:

So you can make this a WebRTC topic, but I mainly made it for asking a few questions…

(1) While using WebRTC to connect to a server, which in turn connects to other clients, does your IP reach the clients, or only the server?
(2) Does WebRTC have a way to have a peer-to-peer connection? Basically the ability to connect to another client (for audio/video streaming) without the need of a server.
  1. Yes, your IP does go to a server.
  2. Yes. If you want to send files or large amounts of data, consider WebTorrent. If you want to send messages, Bugout works well for that purpose.
I hope that helps!

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Chiroyce
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WebRTC

9pfs wrote:

Yes, your IP does go to a server.
Well does it go to the clients?









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9pfs
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WebRTC

Chiroyce wrote:

9pfs wrote:

Yes, your IP does go to a server.
Well does it go to the clients?
Yes, but just use CenturyLink wifi and you won't have to worry about dDOS or anything. Their revolutionary low-throughput tech takes care of that for you.

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