My question is about best practices when it comes to enabling ICE. Cisco documentation is really lacking in this department.
I have a straightforward design: VCS-E in the DMZ, VCS-C on the inside, with endpoints and MOVI connecting both on the inside (internal users) and outside (home users behind their home firewalls). VCS-E has TURN enabled.
Home users ---- Internet ------- FW ------ VCS-C -----local users
The question is what's is the right way to set up ICE to provide best media routing for all users?
As far as enabling ICE on VCS-E, which zones do need ICE enabled? Default Zone, DefaultSubzone, DNS Zone? Do I need to enable ICE on the TraversalZone to the VCS-C?
Do I need to enable ICE on VCS-C at all and if so on which zones?
What should I set Default Media Candidate and Public Media Candidate for MOVI users? Is it Host and Relay respectively?
Same question for C20 Endpoints. Should I set it to Relay for external endpoints and turn ICE off for internal endpoints?
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