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WebRTC and Gateways

Schedule now announced:


1. Alex Gouaillard (Temasys) - WebRTC to SIP Gateways for Telcos and Media Relays

Alex will give us some background on the technologies that Temasys has developed in the Gateway space.

He will explain how WebRTC applications interface into the Telephone world through SIP Gateways.

Then he will present about media relays - the modern type of gateways that replace traditional MCU (multipoint control unit).


2. Jonathan Chan & Thava Iyer (NICTA) - sipml5 and Asterisk as WebRTC Gateways

Jonathan and Thava will introduce the sipml5  HTML5 SIP client and how to use it with gateways :

1) webrtc2sip gateway

2) asterisk pbx 

to setup calls to PSTN/VoIP from the browser via websockets.


3. Adam Ullman (TokBox) - Mantis: Scaling WebRTC to multiparty

Mantis is a cloud-based media routing server for WebRTC calls to support calls with many participants - it has been tested with up to 60 users.

Adam will introduce some of the features and the roadmap for this new technology and give us a live demo.


4. Des Hartman (Metaswitch) - Project Clearwater & the Telco view to WebRTC

Des has a Telco background and will explain to us how Telco's see WebRTC.

Then he will introduce Project Clearwater - an open source IMS (IP Multimedia Services) stack that includes WebRTC support.

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  • Jeff W.

    Sorry I couldn't make it, I had to work back a little and before I knew it I had missed half the meeting. 5pm is super early! :-)

    October 22, 2013

    • Silvia P.

      It was the outcome of the doodle. Will make another one for the next meetup. Talks are available now, too. Great to see your interest, btw!

      October 22, 2013

  • Sheng L.

    I com here late yesterday, can anyone share the SIP ppt?

    1 · October 22, 2013

    • Silvia P.

      I'm about to post an email with all the presentations and the link to the recording.

      October 22, 2013

  • mikemd

    will be a little late because I don't finish work till 5

    October 21, 2013

  • Richard D.

    Privacy and WebRTC - Endgame is Here

    Just got word the authentication mechanism I described Oct. 4th 2013 is going to be adopted by the W3Cs HTML5 WG.

    1 · October 20, 2013

    • MarkT

      Wow. Impressed.

      October 20, 2013

  • Richard D.

    3/3
    For the actual encryption technique of live traffic given recent revelations re: NSA, please post a request to http://goo.gl/mIZJZp (https://groups.google.com/a/doyleindustries.com/forum/#!forum/discuss-diau.groups) - open invitation to all WebRTC Sydney Meetup group members to join and post.
    All requests duly considered and any/all information provided (C) Richard A. Doyle and Doyle Industries 2013. All Rights Reserved. Confidentiality message appended to response applies without limitation.

    P.S.: For the security-conscious: No, the Blackberry 10 cannot be trusted.
    P.P.S.: Neither Google nor any other party has adopted, patented or applied for any patent on this mechanism. Note: grc.com is the exlusive opensource origin; patent-squatters have no prior use.

    Kindest,
    Richard

    October 4, 2013

  • Richard D.

    2/3
    Provides bulletproof cryptographic authentication mechanism - platform, OS & device agnostic - for cipher suite implementations - we advise from this point onward all WebRTC implementations integrate the above mechanism into https://gpgtools.org/opensource.html and use ONLY the "TLS_ECDHE_ECDSA_WITH_AES_256_GCM_SHA384 (ECDHE-ECDSA-AES256-GCM-SHA384)" GnuTLS ciphersuite in ALL query headers for the actual encryption and ONLY use Nginx on Linux bare metal (an opensource flavour whose kernel has been fully audited) for peer connection.

    It goes without saying strip ALL server ware of any crypto product derived or sourced from RSA's BSAFE and sibling products.

    Newsgroup for discussion: grc.sqrl (nntp) - please allow 5-7 days for completion of documentation from date of this email. Newsgroup is active (can also be viewed in read-only mode). ...

    October 4, 2013

  • Richard D.

    1/3
    Absolutely Secure Comm. - incl. for WebRTC - Achieved:

    Dear Silvia, Rosemary and group members - http://www.meetup.com/WebRTC-Sydney/

    Absolute cryptographic security - incl. in application to WebRTC comm. - has been achieved: Just over 50 hours ago Doyle Industries received confirmation the residual disclosure period had expired on an NDA under which we had consulted at no charge, to evaluate the integrity of a solution to the problem of cryptographic authentication proposed by a gentleman in Irvine, CA.

    I can now disclose the details. Meetup members please pound on this to your heart's content, esp. in application to WebRTC implementations. Herewith:

    https://grc.com/sqrl/sqrl.htm - documentation still being done (almost complete, 5-7 days out) ...

    October 4, 2013

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