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Flash Player 10 supports TURN for RTMFP, specifically draft-ietf-behave-turn-08 (which was current as Flash Player 10 went to press) with no authentication. you can set your TURN proxy for Flash Player by editing your mms.cfg file (on Mac OS X, that's at "/Library/Application Support/Macromedia/mms.cfg") and adding a line like:
Thanks for the reply.
I just found that TURN is a kind of protocol that used for NAT.
I have no idea about what a TURN proxy server is. Does it need to implement the TURN mechanism?
Currently there's a free version of TURN server called
One more stupid question:
Does it means the Stratus use TURN to build the connection between two peers?
TURN is a UDP-UDP proxy protocol.
Stratus itself doesn't use TURN. however, Stratus can get two Flash Players that are using TURN connected to each other, as though they each had an unobstructed connection to the Internet. RTMFP in Flash Player uses a TURN proxy as yet another network interface (in addition to your computer's local network interfaces and their IPv4 and IPv6 addresses), and uses all of them in parallel to try to reach a peer. the winner is the first one that wins.
OK, got it.
great thanks for your reply!