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Re: [tor-talk] Ostel and WebRTC over Tor?

* on the Thu, Feb 13, 2014 at 08:21:26PM +0100, Andreas Krey wrote:

>> Given that today we have narrowband codecs  and that over high-latency
>> channel we can pack several 20ms sample together easily (also in packets
>> of 100ms size to reduce the amount of packets/s), the effective overhead
>> of sending/receiving 10 times more the amount of data is something
>> acceptable.
> That won't help that much over Tor because you'd also need to
> let the data go over differnet circuit, as the relays multiplex
> all their traffic onto a single (or two?) TCP connection per pair of relays.

Unless your VOIP app talks to the Tor Control Port, and sets up each circuit
and stream it's self, rather than letting Tor do it automatically.

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