07-17-2012 06:50 AM
For what purposes? The Microsoft implementation of ICE/STUN/TURN would be useless without first registering to a Lync environment as without a signaling path any additional features would not even be usable.
Jeff Schertz - Microsoft Solutions Architect [Blog]
07-19-2012 01:17 AM
the purpose would be to make HDX units behind NAT work with our SIP servers with BFCP enabled. We have full control over our signalling path and could make ICE/STUN/TURN (even MS based) work with this.
We've been able to provision the endpoint with media relays using SIP provisioning (SUBSCRIBE Event: vnd-microsoft-provisioning-v2 and SERVICE application/msrtc-media-relay-auth+xml) . The problem seems to be that the HDX goes into some sort of Lync mode, where TCP/BFCP is disabled -- thus no presentation is possible.