ministun

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ministun

Unit tests

STUN (Session Traversal Utilities for NAT) is a simple protocol. A STUN implementation should be simple too.

ministun is a zero dependency STUN server for Node.js. It implements "Basic Server Behavior" as defined by section 13 of RFC 5389, including backwards compatibility with RFC 3489.

Requirements

Node.js >= 12.14.0

Installation

npm i ministun

Usage

const Ministun = require("ministun");

const config = {
	udp4: true,
	udp6: true,
	port: 3478,
	log: console.log,
	err: console.err,
	sw: true
};

const server = new Ministun(config);

async function startServer() {
	await server.start();
}

async function stopServer() {
	await server.stop();
}

Configuration

  • udp4: bool (Default: true)
    Support UDP over IPv4?

  • udp6: bool (Default: true)
    Support UDP over IPv6?

  • port: number (Default: 3478)
    Port number

  • log: function || null (Default: console.log)
    Log messages will be passed to this function as arg 0, null = no message logging

  • err: function || null (Default: console.err)
    Error messages will be passed to this function as arg 0, null = no error logging

  • sw: bool (Default: true)
    Send the SOFTWARE attribute with response messages?

TODO

Better test coverage

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1.0.6

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