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Oct 2017
billybilyo
@billybilyo
Oct 26 2017 02:37
@StudioInteractive Thank you for answering my last question. What if I created a communication website (especially video call)? Assume that you have almost 100,000 number of users make video call (peer to peer) at the same time. Is the SimpleWebRTC can handle such scenario? If not, how many peer to peer connection SimpleWebRTC can handle?
LuckyCyborg
@LuckyCyborg
Oct 26 2017 04:30

@StudioInteractive What if I created a communication website (especially video call)? Assume that you have almost 100,000 number of users make video call (peer to peer) at the same time. Is the SimpleWebRTC can handle such scenario? If not, how many peer to peer connection SimpleWebRTC can handle?

Please do not imagine that a WebRTC video-chat works just stand-alone, just PC to PC.

There is a Signaling Server, there is also need for STUN and TURN servers for users to find themselves and transfer streams.

IF you really handle to get an infrastructure which handle 100,000 users (simultaneous and doing video calls), you are fine.

BUT, I bet that your 100000 simultaneous users infrastructure would be of dimension of a data-center. ;)

LuckyCyborg
@LuckyCyborg
Oct 26 2017 04:36

Just for fun, think that for 100000 users, your TURN servers will use around 700 Gbps as consumed bandwidth.

That's 70% of the total bandwidth of a medium data-center like ones used by HostGator or Digital Ocean.

LuckyCyborg
@LuckyCyborg
Oct 26 2017 04:43
Stefan Vermaas
@stefanvermaas
Oct 26 2017 14:10
Hi all, does someone here has any experience using SimpleWebRTC with Rails Actioncable as signalling server?
28development
@28development
Oct 26 2017 14:15
Hi does someone know if there is a source for this ? https://simplewebrtc.com/audio.html
interkot
@interkot
Oct 26 2017 22:51
What about screen sharing? Clicking the button "share screen" does nothing. How is it supposed to work?