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Live Chat and Video Call with RestcommONE

THIS POST HAS BEEN UPDATED HERE: Learn How Use Olympus WebRTC Client to take advantage of Restcomm’s telephony features

RestcommONE WebRTC makes tedious video call setup a thing of the past. You no longer need to install a client in order to communicate with business partners or worry about opening special ports on your firewall. All you need is a web browser and you are good to go.

In this quick tutorial, you will learn how to set up live video call and chat session powered by RestcommONE WebRTC.

Technical Requirements:

  • Basic knowledge of RestcommONE
  • Latest version of Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox

Step 1:

  • In the beginning you have to access you own instance:
  • As default Display Name and User Name you should see alice. 
  • The Domain is
  • After entering these details click on the Register button.


  • The following screen should appear:


  • Allow the browser to use you camera and microphone.


Step 2:

  • Access http://YOUR_PUBLIC_IP_ADRESS:8080/webrtc/ from a new tab in your browser.
  • Change the User Name and Display Name to bob.
  • In the Security section also modify to bob.


  • Then click Register.
  • Allow your browser to access you camera and microphone



Step 3:

  • Go back to alice client and click on Search or add room
  • Type bob and click on the plus button.


  • Then click on bob that appears below and start typing






Step 4:

  • Click on the cam icon to start a video call.


Step 5:

  • Go back to bob user and answer the call.



Conversation between two clients will look like this:


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