[pjsip] Wrong NAT detection with pjstun_client
bennylp at pjsip.org
Mon Apr 21 19:27:32 EDT 2008
On Mon, Apr 21, 2008 at 4:37 PM, Helmut Wolf <HelmutWolf1 at gmx.de> wrote:
> Hi Benny,
> I have running pjstun_client to get the NAT type. The result was "NAT successfully detected as Blocked", but UDP isn't completely
> blocked (only STUN Port 3479) and one STUN response have reached pjsip (Stun Test I). Doing the same test with WinStun the result
> was "NAT with Independend Mapping and Port Dependent Filter...".
> In attachment you can find the Wireshark Trace of the STUN packets (pjsip and winstun), the pjsip logging and the result of WinStun.
> One difference I have found is that pjsip sends a STUN request to an alternate STUN Server to port 3479 (given in STUN response:
> CHANGED_ADDRESS) but WinStun always uses 3478.
I think I would have to look at this in more detail sometime. I'm
wondering how we could detect the NAT type properly if we couldn't use
the alternate address sent by the server. Any idea?
> What's wrong?
> Best regards,
> Helmut Wolf
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