Re: [Ekiga-devel-list] Setting the goals for Ekiga 3.4

Eugen Dedu a écrit :
> Damien Sandras wrote:
>> Le dimanche 27 septembre 2009 à 12:38 +0200, yannick a écrit :
>>> I think it is a good idea to add TCP support; atm the lack of TCP
>>> signaling for SIP broke some setups (calls fail), and as a packager I do
>>> not package extra codecs (non free) because of this bug. This means
>>> those non free codecs are undertested (e.g. it seems latest x264 lib do
>>> not compile with Ekiga anymore), and we lose some interoperability with
>>> other software/hardware out of the box.
>> Agreed. However, that's more an OPAL feature and it requires serious
>> work on to add support for TCP and NAT traversal. I'm not sure
>> of the result of having 10000 active TCP connections to
>> either.
> TCP support is the bug number 1 in my opinion, so very important.
> TCP will be used only when the packet has more than about 1400 bytes, so
> only a few clients use TCP at any given moment.

s/1400/1300 that's how the standard define it. Should not change much
your argument ;)

> Moreover, I feel confident that linux can work with many TCP connections
> simultaneously :o)
> Finally, note that TCP support exists already in opal, it needs testing
> (Craig dixit, see attachments).

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