LESSON 2: DON'T FIX BEFORE YOU UNDERSTAND
A common problem with WebRTC is getting it connected properly. Oftentimes, developers are challenged with how to select and configure their STUN and TURN servers. This leads to call failures.
There are certain "solutions" that you should avoid. These include cramming your iceServers list with too many servers, using public STUN servers and using "free" TURN servers.
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