availableOutgoingBitrate returns a value indicative of
the available outbound capacity of the network connection represented by the candidate
pair. The higher the value, the more bandwidth you can assume is available for
You can get the incoming available bitrate from
availableOutgoingBitrate = rtcIceCandidatePairStats.availableOutgoingBitrate;
A floating-point value which approximates the amount of available bandwidth for
outgoing data on the network connection described by the
RTCIceCandidatePair. The value is reported in bits per second and is
computed over a 1-second interval.
The returned value is
undefined in each of the following situations:
- The underlying implementation doesn't support computing a sender-side estimate of the outgoing bit rate.
RTCIceCandidatePairdescribed by this object has never been used.
- The candidate pair was once in use, but no longer is.
The value returned is calculated by adding up the available bit rate for every RTP stream using the connection described by this candidate pair. The returned value doesn't take into account overhead introduced by underlying protocols, including IP, UDP, or TCP.
Note: The returned value is computed using a method similar—but not identical—to the Transport Independent Application Specific Maximum (TIAS) described in RFC 3890: 6.2.
|Identifiers for WebRTC's Statistics API (WebRTC Statistics)|
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