RTCIceCandidate interface's read-only
type specifies the type of candidate the object represents.
type field's value is set from the
candidateInfo options object passed to the
You can't specify the value of
type directly in the options object, but its value is automatically extracted from the object's
candidate a-line (the
cand-type field), if it's formatted properly.
A string whose value is one of those defined below. These candidate types are listed in order of priority; the higher in the list they are, the more efficient they are.
The candidate is a host candidate, whose IP address as specified in the
RTCIceCandidate.addressproperty is in fact the true address of the remote peer.
The candidate is a server reflexive candidate; the
ipand port are a binding allocated by a NAT for an agent when it sent a packet through the NAT to a server. They can be learned by the STUN server and TURN server to represent the candidate's peer anonymously.
The candidate is a peer reflexive candidate; the
ipand port are a binding allocated by a NAT when it sent a STUN request to represent the candidate's peer anonymously.
The candidate is a relay candidate, obtained from a TURN server. The relay candidate's IP address is an address the TURN server uses to forward the media between the two peers.
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