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freeice - Get free, randomized STUN and TURN servers for your WebRTC application

  •    Javascript

The freeice module is a simple way of getting random STUN or TURN server for your WebRTC application. The list of servers (just STUN at this stage) were sourced from this gist. As the freeice module generates ice servers in a list compliant with the WebRTC spec you will be able to use it with raw RTCPeerConnection constructors and other WebRTC libraries.

jerboa - STUN/TURN encoder, decoder and client library in Elixir

  •    Elixir

Jerboa aims to provide simple APIs for common STUN/TURN use cases. It is used by Fennec for encoding and decoding of STUN messages, as well as a testing tool. Copyright 2016-2017 Erlang Solutions Ltd.

MongooseICE - STUN/TURN server written in Elixir

  •    Elixir

MongooseICE is a STUN server by Erlang Solutions whose internals aim to be well written and tested. Many modern applications (mobile and web) are media intensive like those involving audio, video, gaming, and file transfer. MongooseICE helps to get communication done peer-to-peer (without going through a server) so your bandwidth and server-side costs don't need to be as much of a concern.

stun - STUN and TURN library for Erlang / Elixir

  •    Erlang

STUN and TURN library for Erlang / Elixir. Both STUN (Session Traversal Utilities for NAT) and TURN standards are used as technics to establish media connection between peers for VoIP (for example using SIP or Jingle) and WebRTC.

go-stun - Go implementation of STUN, TURN and ICE Protocols

  •    Go

Go implementation of STUN, TURN and ICE Protocols