I am looking for a way to use mediasoup as an SFU in an existing WebRTC landscape. So far I have relied on Kurento, but the lack of simulcast has me looking for alternatives.
I looked at the demo and it is completely overkill for my purposes.
- I have WebRTC client code for browser, native, edge etc.
- I have my own signaling server that mediates SDP and ICE.
- I need 1 to N support
Kurento was pretty simple about it, you could put SDP OFFER and ICE candidates in front of them and they would respond with SDP ANSWER and likewise ICE.
I have now found this, which makes me hopeful that there might be something similar with mediasoup as well:
This already seems like a good fit for me. I am missing two things though
- The ability to elicit an SDP OFFER from mediasoup and consume a corresponding SDP ANSWER.
Re 1) Sorry, I just started using mediasoup today. Possibly my question sounds stupid. I think I read somewhere that mediasoup does “ice-lite” (without knowing exactly how that works). How do STUN and TURN fit in there? Is there really no ICE exchange between the parties?
To 2) I really miss that
I ask for clarification