[ooni-dev] OONI tests of WebRTC?
will at cypherpunk.email
Fri Mar 10 20:41:11 UTC 2017
Maybe not google hangouts, since it suffers from the 'google
is blocked in china' phenomenon.
Getting a full WebRTC client will remain problematic - the
libRTC library used by both snowflake and chrome / firefox
is a huge hassle to link and include in a process -
especially given the mobile considerations.
A good start might be to validate STUN and TURN
functionality - and there are much smaller libraries for
both of those protocols.
The other test worth having in place is seeing if a DTLS
connection can be established - probably to a backend
infrastructure node participating in the experiment.
On Fri, Mar 10, 2017 at 12:29:50PM -0800, David Fifield wrote:
> What is the feasibility of using OONI to test for blocking of WebRTC?
> When the Snowflake pluggable transport is deployed, it will be good to
> know when and how WebRTC connections are blocked.
> There are some complications. WebRTC is not one protocol but rather a
> suite of protocols including ICE, DTLS, and SRTP. Different forms of
> WebRTC will have different fingerprints.
> What would be a good basic test of WebRTC availability? Perhaps a
> simulated connection to Google Hangouts.
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