Start relay API server
This command starts a gRPC server providing cunicu agents with a list of available STUN and TURN servers.
Note: Currently this command does not run a TURN server itself. But relies on an external server like Coturn.
With this feature you can distribute a list of available STUN/TURN servers easily to a fleet of agents. It also allows to issue short-lived HMAC-SHA1 credentials based the proposed TURN REST API and thereby static long term credentials.
The command expects a list of STUN or TURN URLs according to RFC7065/RFC7064 with a few extensions:
A secret for the TURN REST API can be provided by the 'secret' query parameter
- Example: turn:server.com?secret=rest-api-secret
A time-to-live to the TURN REST API secrets can be provided by the 'ttl' query parameter
- Example: turn:server.com?ttl=1h
Static TURN credentials can be provided by the URIs user info
- Example: turn:user1:firstname.lastname@example.org
cunicu relay URL... [flags]
-h, --help help for relay
-L, --listen string listen address (default ":8080")
-S, --secure listen with TLS
Options inherited from parent commands
-q, --color string Enable colorization of output (one of: auto, always, never) (default "auto")
-l, --log-file stringArray path of a file to write logs to
-d, --log-level stringArray log level filter rule (one of: debug, info, warn, error, dpanic, panic, and fatal) (default "info")
- cunicu - cunīcu is a user-space daemon managing WireGuard® interfaces to establish peer-to-peer connections in harsh network environments.