Direct audio/video communication has become an important component of modern collaboration.
To implement this in a technically efficient way while keeping internal networks secure, framework conditions must be adhered to which at first glance make it difficult to establish direct communication across network boundaries.
A NAT router, which often makes in difficult or impossible for an external computer to contact with an internal client without a request, is often used in private IP4 networks to increase security.
Unfortunately, this also blocks the connections necessary for efficient audio/video communications.
In order to produce these desired compounds, these techniques include STUN and TURN, which are implemented in the estos STUN/TURN Server.
estos STUN/TURN Server consists of the following components:
The estos STUN/TURN Server
The Installation- und Configurationprogram
The Online Help
The configuration program and online help is always available via the Start Menu.
Terms and scenarios for use involving STUN and TURN will be described in the Functionality section.
The Requirements section describes the system requirements necessary for installing and running the service.
The chapter Installation and Configuration specifies the recommended installation procedure and configuration options.
The chapter information describes about the estos STUN/TURN Server how to obtain support for technical questions and concerns.