We use Rocket Chat and Jitsi Meet on our private local network (no NAT, no public access).
I managed to install Jitsi Meet on a dedicated virtual machine (Ubuntu 18.04), with a dedicated FQDN and IP address. Rocket Chat and Jitsi work well.
But it was just for testing.
We need to be able to install Rocket Chat + Jitsi Meet on the same virtual machine (Ubuntu 18.04 also).
So I did the following:
- Our DNS has been updated so that the FQDN dedicated to Jitsi is now associated with our VM RocketChat
- on our existing Rocket Chat virtual machine, I modified /etc/hosts to include the new fully qualified domain name (just in case, the DNS server is ok)
- I installed Jistsi meet using apt instal jitsi-meet (our existing server already has Nginx installed)
- The installation used the fully qualified host name to configure Jitsi. So I edited the configuration of Nginx and Jitsi to use the dedicated FQDN for Jitsi (so no conflict with RocketChat)
- When creating a video call, the Jitsi window appears, but we always stay at the message “You have been disconnected”.
What should I do to make Jitsi work?
What did I miss?
Thanks for your help guys!