I’m new to jitsi-meet and I’ve followed the quick install guide to set up an instance on a virtual machine. During setup I’ve provided the IP adress. Clients can connect to it, and it works fine but only if they use Chrome/Chromium. With Firefox (tested from 60 to 62), they only get a black screen, no video, no audio.
OS is debian 9 up-to-date. No firewall, no NAT.
Is there something I missed ? Or something specific to configure jitsi-meet to make it works with Firefox ?
On the server logs I can’t find anything, except this:
JVB 2018-09-12 14:51:04.549 SEVERE:  org.ice4j.socket.MergingDatagramSocket.log() Cannot find socket to remove.
JVB 2018-09-12 14:51:04.551 SEVERE:  org.ice4j.socket.MergingDatagramSocket.log() Cannot find socket to remove.
JVB 2018-09-12 14:51:04.554 SEVERE:  org.ice4j.socket.MergingDatagramSocket.log() Cannot find socket to remove.
On Firefox logs:
onaddstream is deprecated! Use peerConnection.ontrack instead.
[modules/RTC/TraceablePeerConnection.js] <a>: createAnswerOnError Error: “An unmapped SSRC was found.”
Not sure it’s relevant.
With default jitsi-meet config file, Firefox also complains that it can’t access the MIC. If I set “enableFirefoxSimulcast” to true, no more error, but same result (black video, no audio).
In documentation, forums, lot of people suggest to use Chrome/Chromium. So is Firefox supported by jitsi-meet ?
Any help will be greatly appreciated. Thank you