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In my work with VoIP that situation was pretty much the default assumption. I agree that it's only the double NATed situation that's hard to handle, but stay by my opinion that sometimes it's just impossible to resolve without a middle man. But it depends on many things - clients, routes, number of people in local network using the same application, etc. Sometimes you just have to fall back to proxying everything.



>stay by my opinion that sometimes it's just impossible to resolve without a middle man

Right, that's why TURN is part of ICE.




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