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    I wrote a simple STUN client in C++ for Fire★ which you can see here on github

    I ended up writing my own STUN like server called firegreet that Fire★ uses instead of STUN servers.

    But I think the STUN client I wrote kind of gives you an idea of what the request looks like underneath in WebRTC implementations. Maybe someone can find it useful.

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      The demo doesn’t work for me in Chrome or Firefox…

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        It worked for me in Firefox 35/mac. It showed my local IP right away but Little Snitch blocked the non-standard outbound port for the public IP test.

        Setting media.peerconnection.enabled to false in about:config disables this.

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          Tor Browser Bundle appears to default that setting to false. Thank goodness.