I’d kindly like to remind you that this is an international forum where we agreed to use the English language for communication.
So please don’t capture an english thread and answer in your native language (you could do that in the referring subforum)… this would be considered as highly impolite. And - remember - we do want to treat each other here polite and friendly
eturnal doesn’t really offer notable features above Coturn (yet). Quite the opposite: While Coturn implements all features under the sun (including lots of old cruft that’s no longer in use), eturnal is a minimalistic server that implements just those that are actually used by apps such as Talk. So it might be (even) more straightforward to set up, esp. on distributions that don’t offer a Coturn package (there’s no dependencies, you basically just extract the binary tarball, configure the shared secret, and start the systemd service). And as it’s written in Erlang, it avoids a class of security-related issues Coturn ran into again just recently.
That said, I think Coturn is totally fine for most users
Many thanks for sharing. I was always wondering if there were any other TURN servers, but didn’t find any so far .
Yes while Coturn should be generally fine, it good to have alternatives also in terms of competitive or simply for simpler use cases.
Binaries are btw only available for x86_64 systems, while ARM users need to compile themselves, as long as there is no 3rd party or distro repo providing such.
… ah it’s actively coded by you in person and just three days released. ProcessOne/ejabberd to give some association. Lets see if this is something to replace Coturn in our DietPi Nextcloud Talk integration where we aim to go lightweight where possible. I would need to build binaries + dpkg/deb packages for armv6hf (RPi) armv7hf and arm64 and would simply create those for x64_64 as well. Might be nice for others as well to give it a (quicker) try, when not being to experienced with source builds.
Cool! If you decide to look into it and stumble over anything, feel free to ping me by email (firstname.lastname@example.org). I was thinking about offering ARM binaries myself, but have no system for building those and am still unsure whether I want to go for cross-compiling.
Was just reading a German thread and apparently if you change the browser and test it with Chrome instead of, like in my case, Safari, the test will be succesful. Don’t ask me what the heck can be wrong about Safari, but I tried this and it’s actually true.
EDIT: Just read the posts above yours: Some browsers seem to show a wrong result. Not sure why the browser should be involved at all, but if you don’t see any errors in the coturn logs, try it with a different browser.
looks interesting, but could not find the “secret” used for the TURN server.
only username and password is provided by the project. So I used the password as the turn secret, which did not work for me.
So if you have a working setup, could you post the information.