An implementation of Interactive Connectivity Establishment (RFC 5245)
What is aioice?
aioice is a library for Interactive Connectivity Establishment (RFC 5245) in Python. It is built on top of asyncio, Python’s standard asynchronous I/O framework.
Interactive Connectivity Establishment (ICE) is useful for applications that establish peer-to-peer UDP data streams, as it facilitates NAT traversal. Typical usecases include SIP and WebRTC.
To learn more about aioice please read the documentation.
#!/usr/bin/env python import asyncio import aioice async def connect_using_ice(): connection = aioice.Connection(ice_controlling=True) # gather local candidates await connection.gather_candidates() # send your information to the remote party using your signaling method send_local_info( connection.local_candidates, connection.local_username, connection.local_password) # receive remote information using your signaling method remote_candidates, remote_username, remote_password = get_remote_info() # perform ICE handshake for candidate in remote_candidates: await connection.add_remote_candidate(candidate) await connection.add_remote_candidate(None) connection.remote_username = remote_username connection.remote_password = remote_password await connection.connect() # send and receive data await connection.sendto(b'1234', 1) data, component = await connection.recvfrom() # close connection await connection.close() asyncio.get_event_loop().run_until_complete(connect_using_ice())
aioice is released under the BSD license.
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