I have tried a couple different procedures I have found. The quick install is one of them.
sing the webroot path /usr/share/jitsi-meet for all unmatched domains.
Waiting for verification…
Challenge failed for domain gatherddnsnet
http-01 challenge for gatherddnsnet
Cleaning up challenges
Some challenges have failed.
Thanks for this additional information - it gives me a clue. The long URL (https://gather.ddns.net/.well-known/acme-challenge/TeWh4…) is a query from the Let’s Encrypt (LE) server to your Jitsi server to see if it has the right credentials to validate the LE certificate. But the LE server is reporting that it can’t reach/connect to the Jitsi server you’ve set up. (It’s reaching some server, but not the one you want.)
I suspect you are trying to set up Jitsi on a server at your home or office, since you’re using no-ip.com/ddns.net to publicize an IP address for your location. (Jitsi requires a public IP address/domain name. You probably don’t have a fixed address from your ISP.)
If this is correct, one problem could be that your router is providing NAT (“Network Address Translation”). If this is the case, you may have to add the Jitsi server to your “DMZ” (De-militarized zone - yes, that’s the technical term) so that traffic destined for Jitsi from the “outside” will be passed through the router to the Jitsi computer on the “inside” of your network.
Sorry I cannot be more specific - the setup of a DMZ depends on the kind of router you’re using. (Or I may be totally off-base… Let me know. Thanks.)
Ok, im using an edgrouter x, looks like i setup destination nat to act like a dmz. I set it up like i found online, not sure if its correct or not. Still getting same thing when i try to access the domain
gather.ddn.net should have “.” in the proper place
I don’t think you need to have the second line (with the 24.127… address) - try commenting it out.
And a tip to make it easier to read pasted output: This forum supports Markdown formatting, so you can put text in a monospace font: either put it between back ticks (`) in one line, or between two lines that only have three back-ticks (```) Thanks.
Well… it probably is some settings in my router. I setup dynamic dns in the router. But after that my gateway address took me to my jitsi server. So, jitsi does work on the server. But I couldnt connect to the internet because 192.168.1.1 was now jitsi server. So after getting into my unms docker, I was able to cli to delete the dynamic dns, ssh didnt work.