This article is about how I setup a STUN/TURN service server on my domain meetme.id, so I do not forget how to do it again later :) You can then use the STUN and/or TURN server on
meetme.id from anywhere, any application that requires one or both of them.
meetme.id is a service server that I setup to test and learn the current IP communication technologies such as WebRTC, SIP and XMPP/Jabber. I also try to seriously setup and maintain it so that it can actually be useful to anyone for actual usages on a long-term.
Actual deployment of STUN/TURN server on
meetme.id is different than this manual. Current implementation the STUN/TURN server on
meetme.id are using different port than the default setup.
Public STUN server address : stun.meetme.id:443 Public TURN server address : turn.meetme.id:443 (UDP/TCP) Public TURN credential : public Public TURN username : public
This article is divided into three parts:
- Part 1: Installation
- Part 2: Basic Configuration
- Part 3: The Test
The server is using Ubuntu Server 14.04 and the STUN/TURN server software is Coturn.
Just in case you’re wondering why you should need to even use a STUN and/or TURN service server, here are some pages to start with:
Ready ? Let’s begin.