Stundaddr in rtp.conf needed for public interface?


On a public (inet) facing node, do I need to set “stundaddr” in rtp.conf to have STUN working correctly on the clients?
The clients can be behind NAT but the server isn’t.

As far as I understand STUN, only the client is connecting to such service for it’s SDP and the server never needs to know.

Is this correct?

Thank you.


It is not needed if the server isn’t behind NAT. It does exactly as you state.

Perfect, thanks! I will disable it!