[asterisk-users] packet2packet bridging
mjordan at digium.com
Wed Jul 9 07:59:08 CDT 2014
On Wed, Jul 9, 2014 at 2:47 AM, Sameer Rathod <sameer at hostnsoft.com> wrote:
> Please clear me on this topic I am confused
> My log show "switching to native rtp".
> Did this line means that the audio is not coming to the asterisk server any
> more and asterisk only send the re- invite packet to both the clients ?
> Am I right or wrong ?
You are wrong (sorry).
All that means is that the bridging has switched to a native RTP
bridge. That bridge comes in two variants: a local packet to packet
bridge (where the media flows through Asterisk but is not decoded -
RTP is merely swapped between ports) and a remote bridge. The remote
bridge is where the two channels are in a bridge in Asterisk, but
media flows directly between the endpoints.
If your endpoints are behind a NAT, then no, you cannot use a remote
bridge. No amount of hoping or tinkering will make it so.
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