On Fri, Mar 2, 2018, at 12:59 PM, Luca Pradovera wrote:
> we are seeing some unexpected behavior when a SFU conference contains both
> a Chrome and a Firefox user. It looks like the SDP is not being generated
> or translated correctly.
> SDP Chrome - Chrome
> SDP Chrome - Firefox
> SDP Firefox - Firefox
> We have been trying to track down the source of this for a while. Any
> pointers on where to start?
I'd suggest using the latest release candidate of Asterisk. It includes a fix
for Firefox that caused streams to not appear as expected.
As for what's going on - you'll need to clarify further on what exactly
"unexpected behavior" means. What is the scenario? What are you doing? What are
At a high level, though, Asterisk doesn't translate the SDP - it generates
independent SDP for everyone in the unified plan format. In the case of Chrome
this has to be translated to/from plan B to work.
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