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Lets you specify a STUN server for webRTC negotiation
General Option! (&push, &room, &view, &scene)


This parameter lets you specify a STUN server for webRTC negotiation. The default STUN servers use those provided by Google, at, but with this command you can set your own.
&stun will overwrite the existing STUN values provided by VDO.Ninja. If you wish to keep the existing STUN server options, adding additional options, or if you wish to add multiple custom STUN servers, you can use the related &addstun parameter. This is the same idea, but when used it won't overwrite the existing STUN options.
Using &stun and &addstun together will let you specify two custom STUN servers.
Setting &stun to false will clear the default STUN servers.
If your STUN server requires a password, you can pass the STUN server address with semi-comma separated values in the form &stun=USERNAME;PASSWORD;ADDRESS
Basic sample usage of &stun:
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