[Spce-user] audio/video stream data through server

Daniel Grotti dgrotti at sipwise.com
Wed Oct 22 04:10:13 EDT 2014

RTP stream (audio/video) just pass through NGCP, which is just an RTP relay.
You can even bypass NGCP during RTP session, by disable 'rtpproxy' if
you want.
It depends what do you need, if you need to perform some actions on rtp
stream (rtptimeout for example), you need NGCP staying in the middle.


On 10/22/2014 09:38 AM, yanzs wrote:
> Hi, community
> Our team are building  an application for users to make video call to
> each other (just for confirming their face and do some stuff in the
> system), and we are new to spce and even voip.
> In the sipwise site, it claims that with these recommended hardware:
>   * Dual-core x86_64 compatible
>   * 3GHz, 4GB RAM, 128GB HDD
> Sipwise can sustain 2.000 Concurrent Calls, 50 Call Attempts per Second.
> So I am wondering how audio and video stream data are transfered from
> one client to another, does clients make a p2p connection, or all data
> are passed through the spce server?
> Thanks,
> Russell
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