WebRTC remote


#1

I’m trying the WebRTC locally and I would say that it works quite well, but remotely (without VPN) lacks audio, despite I did the NAT of the RTP range and port 5060, probably uses other ports?


#2

That’s weird because WebRTC does not need port forwarding to work. It uses a stream URL which works over NAT.

There’s a settings in “Value-Added -> WebRTC” to allow subnets if I remember correctly.


#3

Take a look at : http://www.grandstream.com/sites/default/files/Resources/wave_webrtc_guide.pdf


#4

I looked at the guide but it’s not done very well, they just improved it…maybe in the future it will be reliable, but I don’t see anything about the remote connection, now I look inside UCM if I find something.


#5

They only talk about 5062 which is used for video conference. Maybe try opening it to the UCM? Wave may use it even for audio (I never used GSWave WebRTC).