Start Sametime TURN Server as Windows Service

Since Ver. 8.5.2 Sametime provides video communications across NATed networks or firewall via the TURN server when direct peer-to-peer communications are not possible. Unfortunately this “server” is only a java program which has to be started manually and which will be closed when you log out the server.

Workaround is to create a windows service which will start the TURN server as local system account:

– Download Windows Service Manager (SrvMan) from: http://tools.sysprogs.org/srvman/
– open run.bat (which starts the TURN server) and add the full path to TurnServer.jar
– run SrvMan and add the batch file as service

That’s it, now you can automatically start all servers as windows services

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Tom
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Interesting information, but I also had to change the java.util.logging.FileHandler.pattern parameter in logging.properties to include the full path to the log file :

java.util.logging.FileHandler.pattern=C://IBM//TURN//TurnServer%u.log

Klaus Bild
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Thank you for the clarification.

Radim Navratil
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Do you know how to make “Start Services” Sametime TURN server on Linux?

Klaus Bild
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Sorry, I have no experience with Sametime on Linux

MAL
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dont work for me. No error, service look how running, but the Turn server dont start, unable to telnet 3478 port. is that support on IBM sametime 9? maybe…..

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