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React Native SDK - Connection drop support



Hi everyone,

We are using the React Native SDK and the Community edition of Ant Media on AWS.

1. Is there a way or callback to detect when the call drops due to internet issues? 

2. Is there a way to keep retrying the call, so the call is reconnected when the internet resumes?


Our integration is working fine in most cases, but a lot of our calls drop in the middle due to internet issues. If there is a callback available to detect the call has dropped, then I can handle the retry logic and a user warning on the front end. Thank you

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Hi @Rahul

I am not sure, this is helpful for you or not, but sharing my idea for your resolution.

Your both points will be covered into this reference.

I am sharing a reference of javascript SDK here.

You can make use of this function in setInterval for publishing OR playing.

Websocket gets closed when you are disconnected from stream, By using some flags you can check the call auto disconnected or you stopped. If auto disconnected then you setInterval will try to rejoin/republish the stream.

Customize the code as per your language.


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Thanks! I was thinking something similar. We were using the ReactNative adaptor by AntMedia, but sadly that doesn't expose a way to edit the WebRTC adaptor. 

I think I will use the react-native-webrtc directly and add a listener for iceconnectionstate. Any time the connection is dropped, I can retry as per the function you provided. 

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