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Installing and configuring Restund - STUN/TURN server

This guide describes how to install and configure RESTUND STUN/TURN server for supporting TURN functionality. 

This sollution is still in TESTING STATE!!!

TURN server seems to work properly, but sometimes the klient channel allocation on server side is not working and the media stream wont start!

Testing with: Restund v0.4.0, Kamailio v3.2, X-lite 4.

 

 

First we need to install compiler g++ and make:

 apt-get install g++ make

 

The instalation and configuration of RESTUND STUN/TURN server takes more steps (official site http://www.creytiv.com/restund.html). 

The first sten is installing libre (Toolkit library for asynchronous network IO with protocol stacks including SIP, SDP, RTP, STUN, TURN, ICE, BFCP and DNS):

 wget http://www.creytiv.com/pub/re-0.4.0.tar.gz

 tar xf re-0.4.0.tar.gz

 cd re-0.4.0/

 make

 make install

Now we can install the STUN/TURN server:

 wget http://www.creytiv.com/pub/restund-0.4.0.tar.gz

 tar xf restund-0.4.0.tar.gz

 cd restund-0.4.0/

 make

 make install

And finally the configuration file. The sample configuration file is in restund etc directory:

joe .../restund-0.4.0/etc/restund.conf

Hint: Some notes about configuration file items could be find in .../restund/docs/restund.txt

 

Following changes in configuration file will provide the basic TURN server functionality:

debug                     yes
syncinterval              600
udp_listen                158.193.139.47:3478 #YOUR IP ADDRESS
udp_listen                158.193.139.48:3478 #YOUR IP ADDRESS
udp_sockbuf_size          524288
tcp_listen                158.193.139.47:3478 #YOUR IP ADDRESS
tcp_listen                158.193.139.48:3478 #YOUR IP ADDRESS

# modules
module_path               /usr/local/lib/restund/modules
module                    stat.so
module                    binding.so
#module                   auth.so   #no authentication configured, so comment
module                    turn.so
#module                   mysql_ser.so  #Mysql  not yes supported, so comment
module                    syslog.so
module                    status.so

# turn
turn_max_allocations   512
turn_max_lifetime      600
turn_relay_addr        158.193.139.47 #YOUR IP ADDRESS
#turn_relay_addr6      ::1 #comment if not using IPv6 

#Mysql  not yes supported, so comment following lines
# mysql
#mysql_host                     localhost
#mysql_user                     ser
#mysql_pass                     heslo
#mysql_db                        ser

 

 After making changes above copy the configuration file into /etc/ directory:

cp .../restund-0.4.0/etc/restund.conf /etc/

 

To run RESTUND STUN/TURN server use following command:

restund /etc/restund.conf

With debbuging mode on following message (or similar) appear:



udp listen: 158.193.139.47:3478  udp listen: 158.193.139.48:3478
tcp listen: 158.193.139.47:3478
tcp listen: 158.193.139.48:3478
stat: module loaded
binding: module loaded
turn: lifetime=120 ext=158.193.139.47 ext6=? bsz=1024
syslog: module loaded facility=24
status: module loaded (udp=127.0.0.1:33000 http=158.193.139.47:8080)

 

To see the actual status of your TURN server, we need to install apache server:

apt-get install apache2

 

And next do following changes in configuration file:

# status
#status_udp_addr      127.0.0.1 #comment
#status_udp_port      33000     #comment
status_http_addr      158.193.139.47 #YOUR IP ADDRESS
status_http_port      8080 #port for http access

 

Restart your RESTUND STUN/TURN server. Now you are able to if your server is running and how long with your web browser:

http://YOUR_IP_ADDRESS:8080
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