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I setup a IPv6 system, Internet--IPv6---F5/SBC-B1-IPv6-----SBC-A1-IPv4----AAWG(IPv4), when place a WebRTC call from Ref client to SBC, Ref client access SBC through IPv6, I can see at last the Media IP (public IPv6 address of SBC) received on Ref Client, but get error message "Start Media Failure" on Ref Client.
Per my understanding, HTTPS signaling is success, and Media IP (IPv6) received by Ref client, it should start to send UDP stream to the MediaIP+UDP Port to exchange audio.
a bank customer setup WebRTC call on mobile App embeded with Avaya Oceana WebRTC SDK, now customer wants to have co-browsing feature to make agent can "see" what page the client is looking at, so that agent can instruct what and how to do.
At the client side, all operation is within mobile App, it's not using browser to open a Internet Web page.
May I know if our CoBrowsing snapin can support this requirement? Thanks!