Please login or register to access secure site features.

Note: By continuing to use DevConnect Program Services you agree to our latest Registered Member Terms.

Sign in using DevConnect ID

Forgot password?

Trouble logging in?

Submit a ticket for Registration Support.

I have an SSO ID

sign in

Don't have a DevConnect or SSO ID ?

Create a DevConnect account or join the program.

register now

Avaya WebRTC Snap-in

See All Content

Release 3.0

Avaya WebRTC Snap-in Release 3.0 was made generally available in August 2014; Service Pack 4 (Release 3.0.4) was issued in June 2015. This is NOT the latest release of the WebRTC snap-in. The latest release is recommended for new development.

New In This Release

This is the first release of the Avaya WebRTC snap-in. Key features include:

  • Application Development: The WebRTC JavaScript API, and its associated SDK, make is easy for Web developers to embed WebRTC voice call capabilities in their Web pages. Developers do not need deal with the underlying WebRTC infrastructure or protocols (ICE, STUN, TURN, SDP, etc.) to be able to use the snap-in.
  • Security: Web applications handle authentication and authorization of calls, including the ability to assert the calling party's address and to restrict the destination addresses that can be called.
  • High Availability: WebRTC applications, and active WebRTC calls, can be maintained in case of an outage of an Avaya Breeze (fka Avaya Engagement Development Platform) server within a cluster.

Compatibility and Interoperability

The following Avaya product releases are required to use the Avaya WebRTC Snap-in:

  • Avaya Engagement Development Platform Release 3.0.
  • Avaya Media Server Release 7.6.
  • Avaya Session Border Controller for Enterprise (SBCE) Release 6.3 (not required if all users are internal to the enterprise firewall, or if they are using a third-party reverse proxy or Application Delivery Controller). Advanced and Standard Avaya SBCE licenses are required for each concurrent session.