User discovery & communication
The STUN protocol and its extension TURN are used by the ICE framework to enable WebRTC peer connection to handle NAT traversal and other network conditions.
ICE is a framework for connecting peers, such as two video chat clients. Initially, ICE tries to connect peers directly to each other with the lowest possible latency, via UDP. If these initial STUN attempts fail because of restrictive NATs or firewalls, ICE will use an intermediary (relay) TURN server.
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