Vikas Sarawat | 21 Feb 22:32 2006

open source implementation of TURN

Hi,

Is any one aware of any open source implementations of TURN(traversal using relay NAT)? If yes, can you please send me the links?

 

 

Thanks,

Vikas

 

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PacketCable

 

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Adam Fisk | 26 Feb 04:04 2006

Re: open source implementation of TURN

I have a working version of TURN, but only for TCP.  It doesn't 
implement every message, but the code is clean and extensible.  It's in 
java and separated into stack, client, and server jars, has extensive 
tests, and will soon see widespread use in the field.  Let me know if 
you're interested.

-Adam

Vikas Sarawat wrote:

> Hi,
>
> Is any one aware of any open source implementations of TURN(traversal 
> using relay NAT)? If yes, can you please send me the links?
>
>  
>
>  
>
> Thanks,
>
> Vikas
>
>  
>
> Test Dev. Eng.
>
> PacketCable
>
>  
>
> CableLabs, 858 Coal Creek Circle, Louisville, CO-80027
>
> P:303-661-3337 F:303-661-9199 E:v.sarawat <at> cablelabs.com
>
>  
>
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