Changes between Version 1 and Version 2 of Using_Trickle_ICE


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Mar 18, 2021 10:46:32 AM (7 months ago)
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nanang
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  • Using_Trickle_ICE

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    1818Two operation modes of trickle ICE: 
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    20  1. Full trickle, the typical mode of operation for Trickle ICE agents, an agent is supposed to enable this mode only when it knows that remote supports trickle ICE. 
     20 1. Full trickle, the typical mode of operation for Trickle ICE agents, an agent is supposed to enable this mode only when it knows that remote supports trickle ICE. Determining support of trickle ICE can be done by following the recommendations described [https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc8838#section-3 here] and specifically for SIP [https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc8840#section-5 here]. 
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    2122 2. Half trickle, mode of operation in which the initiator gathers a full generation of candidates strictly before creating and conveying the initial ICE description. Once conveyed, this candidate information can be processed by regular ICE agents, which do not require support for Trickle ICE. It also allows Trickle ICE capable responders to still gather candidates and perform connectivity checks in a non-blocking way, thus providing roughly "half" the advantages of Trickle ICE. The half trickle mechanism is mostly meant for use when the responder's support for Trickle ICE cannot be confirmed prior to conveying the initial ICE description. 
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