Software helps VoIP calls traverse Internet firewalls

Wednesday, 28 February 2007, 4:15 AM EST

Eyeball has announced that its "Interactive Connectivity Establishment" (ICE) software now fully supports version 2.0 of CableLabs's PacketCable firewall and NAT traversal specifications. AnyFirewall Engine is the first ICE SDK to enable rapid integration of firewall and NAT traversal into PacketCable applications by cable vendors, the company claims.

ICE comprises a set of techniques developed by the IETF to enable VoIP applications and devices to complete calls through firewalls and NATs, and is quickly becoming the accepted standard for VoIP call completion, according to Eyeball.

At Windows For Devices.

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