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Hello guys,

I m using Antmedia Community 1.7.2 with docker to record streams using WebRTCApp but on production server alter 5-6 seconds of recording I got the following error:

ICE failed, add a STUN server and see about:webrtc for more details

According to your docks if you get this error, you should check your UDP (5000-65535) Ports are open.

I have the udp ports range open. Also I closed the firewall temporary, but still I got the error, and no video is recorded.
If I run antmedia server on the local dev machine there is no problem.

Also I tried Antmedia Community 1.6.2 version and this one works like a charm.

Any suggestion on how to debug or investigate why i got his error for version 1.7.2?
Or is someone else who had this problem?

Thank you in advanced,
Adrian
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Hi Adrian,

Could you please add a Stun server described as here: http://docs.antmedia.io/en/latest/FAQ.html#id1

Best regards,

On Monday, July 1, 2019 at 2:35:08 AM UTC+2, Adrian Lodin wrote:
Hello guys,

I m using Antmedia Community 1.7.2 with docker to record streams using WebRTCApp but on production server alter 5-6 seconds of recording I got the following error:

ICE failed, add a STUN server and see about:webrtc for more details

According to your docks if you get this error, you should check your UDP (5000-65535) Ports are open.

I have the udp ports range open. Also I closed the firewall temporary, but still I got the error, and no video is recorded.
If I run antmedia server on the local dev machine there is no problem.

Also I tried Antmedia Community 1.6.2 version and this one works like a charm.

Any suggestion on how to debug or investigate why i got his error for version 1.7.2?
Or is someone else who had this problem?

Thank you in advanced,
Adrian
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