Microsoft Teams.exe Media Connectivity flow

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Frequent Contributor

1. Is there an snooper equivalent for Teams which can show what candidate were build and finally which ones were used

2. If not is there a way today to find all these details using any other tool as of today

3. I know CQD report does show these details but that is for reporting

4. I need a way to able to trace these connectivity flows for end to end understanding

5. there is a cloud proxy service which controls all http traffic

6. UDP is allowed for specific scenarios

7. Does Media traffic in Teams works differently for P2P and Conferencing

8. When in Conferencing does all media traffic also goes through Teams Server(s)

 

BR,

/HS

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Hello @Himanshu Singh 

 

I ran your question by our program manager and he suggested this link.  Hope this answers your question.  If not, reply to this message and we can see if the community has other suggestions.

 

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoftteams/microsoft-teams-online-call-flows