How a client does know the Erizo Controller position?

My question is exactly this. To use a client, I have never setted any url
except for the calls to the server. How the methods of Client-API do
resolve the Erizo Controller position?

Thank you very much I have seen in the API code token.host :)Il giorno lunedì 6 maggio 2013 09:21:47 UTC+2, Hunter BMT ha scritto:

The url of lynckia server is include on token ,which is generated when you
connected ( in basic example )

Vào 17:57:31 UTC+7 Chủ nhật, ngày 05 tháng năm năm 2013, Tajilso đã viết:

My question is exactly this. To use a client, I have never setted any url
except for the calls to the server. How the methods of Client-API do
resolve the Erizo Controller position?

Exactly, when a new erizoController is added in the system (may be more
than one) nuve knows it address. And when a client asks nuve for a token to
connect to a room in the token is included the erizoController address.

Regards,
Álvaro2013/5/6 Hunter BMT hunterbmt@gmail.com

The url of lynckia server is include on token ,which is generated when you
connected ( in basic example )

Vào 17:57:31 UTC+7 Chủ nhật, ngày 05 tháng năm năm 2013, Tajilso đã viết:

My question is exactly this. To use a client, I have never setted any url
except for the calls to the server. How the methods of Client-API do
resolve the Erizo Controller position?


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Álvaro

The url of lynckia server is include on token ,which is generated when you
connected ( in basic example )

Vào 17:57:31 UTC+7 Chủ nhật, ngày 05 tháng năm năm 2013, Tajilso đã viết:>

My question is exactly this. To use a client, I have never setted any url
except for the calls to the server. How the methods of Client-API do
resolve the Erizo Controller position?