miniSIPServer V25 is updated to fix some bugs and refine system to be more stable. The most important change is that we cut ‘webRTC’ feature from this version and abover.
As we described in previous post, MSS webRTC feature can work with Chrome navigator. Chrome is upgraded to V48 and make some changes to webRTC and doesn’t consider compatibility with previous version. We think maybe webRTC is perfect for public network services, such as Google hangouts, but it is not suitable or flexible for small or middle size enterprise communication markets.
So we cut it from V25, and keep it in V24. If you are using webRTC feature, please keep your Chrome to V47 or lower versions.
Today we upgrade cloud-MSS to support webRTC. That means you can use miniWebPhone to connect to your virtual MSS node now, you don’t need to install any SIP softphone or hardphone to work with cloud-MSS if you have installed Chrome in your PC.
Please refer to following document for more details about webRTC and MSS:
Hope you can enjoy it!
webRTC is defined in HTML5 to support real-time communication. We spent several months in this technology and release the latest V18 to support it finally!
Now you can connect Chrome to miniSIPServer to work as local user. It is so interesting and hope it can help you to deploy your own VoIP network.
Please refer to following document for more details about webRTC in MSS: