Provided by: libnet-sip-perl_0.820-1_all bug


       Net::SIP::NATHelper::Client - handle NAT/RTP forwarding using remote process


       This module implements the interface of Net::SIP::NATHelper::Base but will talk with a
       remote process based on Net::SIP::NATHelper::Server while executing the methods.


       new ( SOCKET )
           Will create a new object which will talk with the remote process using the socket
           SOCKET. SOCKET is either a UNIX domain socket (in SOCK_STREAM mode) or an "host:port"
           specification in which case it will talk TCP through the socket.


       It implements the method allocate_sockets, activate_session and close_session with the
       same arguments as given in Net::SIP::NATHelper::Server by calling rpc with the methods
       "allocate", "activate" resp. "close".

       rpc ( METHOD,@ARG )
           Makes a synchronous remote call to the server through the in the constructor specified
           socket and returns the result.

           For calling the arguments will be put into a \@list which will be packet using
           Storable. A similar way the result comes back.