1.3.5 VoIP Control

The VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) capability is used to control the audio communications between two computers in a Remote Assistance session. The VoIP control virtual channel is created dynamically if VoIP is attempted during a Remote Assistance session. The virtual channel is used to negotiate and control the VoIP connection. Voice data flow is an independent peer-to-peer communication and does not use the established virtual channel.