:: Developer Documentation Request Request Type: Correction Gecko Version: unspecified Technical Contact: :: Details In all examples that I have seen so far, always 'url' was used in stead of 'urls'. As you can imagine, as long as my application is not running, all kind of inconsistencies make me crazy.
(In reply to Hans Stienen from comment #0) > :: Developer Documentation Request > > Request Type: Correction > Gecko Version: unspecified > Technical Contact: > > :: Details > > In all examples that I have seen so far, always 'url' was used in stead of > 'urls'. As you can imagine, as long as my application is not running, all > kind of inconsistencies make me crazy. Hans, The WebRTC specification changed a while back. They changed the "url" property to be an array, called "urls". There's a *lot* of out-of-date documentation and sample code for WebRTC out there, and they tend to use "url" (which is for now still supported but not for much longer). So this article is correct. However, I will add a note about the old "url" property.
Updated https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/API/RTCConfiguration to include information about the old "url" property. Also added a paragraph reminding developers not to include more servers in the list than necessary, since each gets tested before one is finally selected.