Me and my company have been succesfully using Jitsi Docker, version 4857 since some time. Today I was trying to upgrade it (complete reinstall and clean of the configs folder) to the latest version but without avail.
I’ve noticed some errors on the JVB logs that it couldn’t contact the STUN.
So I went into the jvb config and noticed two things:
- there’s a new jvb.conf file
- the sip-communicator.properties file changed completely. Now it’s more like the one used in the standalone version than in the docker installation
The problem is that the Local addres is automatically determined, and if there are multiple networks interface, like in our case, it leads to setting the wrong local IP.
I’ve tried it changing manually on the sip-communicator and jvb.conf, but when I restart the JVB container, the value are resetted to the wrong local addres.
So I’ve tried editing them again and only restart the JVB service inside the container. This way, the change persisted, but the service still doesn’t function.
Is there a proper way to setup the harvester local address in the new docker release? maybe somewhere in the .env file?