Precision on the audioTransport in bundle mode

Hi,

I have look thought the WebRTCConnection class. In case of bundle I don’t
really see why an AudioTransport is created.
It creates an Ice connection but I don’t where it is used. The audio
candidates generated are from the video Transport ( that is bundled). Same
for the delivery of data, audio packets come from videoTransport.

So why doing that?

Francois

Hi Francois,

You were right, the audioTransport was not needed in case of bundle. It was created an stayed in a “frozen” state because the ICE Candidates were never passed to it.
I’ve just updated it in the master branch. Thank you for pointing that out.
The WebRtcConnection/NiceConnection/DTLSTransport code at this point can be a little confusing as some decisions where taken before the current WebRTC scenario where trickle-ice, bundle, rtcp-mux and DTLS are implemented in Chrome. I’m planning to review some parts in the trickle_ice branch to improve it in that regard.

Cheers,–
Pedro Rodriguez

On 16 Oct 2014, at 08:32, Francois Temasys regnoult@temasys.com.sg wrote:

Hi,

I have look thought the WebRTCConnection class. In case of bundle I don’t really see why an AudioTransport is created.
It creates an Ice connection but I don’t where it is used. The audio candidates generated are from the video Transport ( that is bundled). Same for the delivery of data, audio packets come from videoTransport.

So why doing that?

Francois


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You’re welcomeOn Thursday, October 16, 2014 5:12:17 PM UTC+8, Pedro Rodriguez wrote:

Hi Francois,

You were right, the audioTransport was not needed in case of bundle. It
was created an stayed in a “frozen” state because the ICE Candidates were
never passed to it.
I’ve just updated it in the master branch. Thank you for pointing that out.
The WebRtcConnection/NiceConnection/DTLSTransport code at this point can
be a little confusing as some decisions where taken before the current
WebRTC scenario where trickle-ice, bundle, rtcp-mux and DTLS are
implemented in Chrome. I’m planning to review some parts in the trickle_ice
branch to improve it in that regard.

Cheers,

Pedro Rodriguez

On 16 Oct 2014, at 08:32, Francois Temasys <regn...@temasys.com.sg <javascript:>> wrote:

Hi,

I have look thought the WebRTCConnection class. In case of bundle I don’t
really see why an AudioTransport is created.
It creates an Ice connection but I don’t where it is used. The audio
candidates generated are from the video Transport ( that is bundled). Same
for the delivery of data, audio packets come from videoTransport.

So why doing that?

Francois


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