On 10/17/2016 02:29 PM, Rodrigo Moreira wrote:
What is difference between modules rtpproxy and rtpengine?
rtpproxy is a userspace process which, historically, has a relatively
limited call throughput capacity (maybe a few hundred calls), though
this might be addressed to some degree in rtpproxy 2.0. Nevertheless, it
has been commonly used and well supported in the *SER family for long time.
RTPEngine is a newer initiative from Sipwise, and uses kernel-mode
forwarding to achieve close to on-the-wire RTP forwarding speeds. It can
do 10,000+ concurrent bidirectional RTP streams. It also has lots of
other features which can be useful in, for example, running an RTP relay
in 1:1 NAT environments such as AWS, or in enabling WebRTC.
However, it is a bit more complicated to set up than vanilla rtpproxy.
Not much more, though.
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