All the installation guides I can find involves installing Jitsi Meet with Let’s Encrypt or with self-signed certificate on the Jitsi server itself.
But in my case, the Jitsi server is NAT’ed behind a Web Application Firewall (WAF) and the WAF is doing SSL Termination - the SSL certificates are installed on the WAF. So the connection between the client browser and the WAF is SSL encrypted, but the WAF will forward to the NAT’ed Jitsi Server unencrypted through port 80.
Is this type of architecture support for Jitsi Meet? Can I install Jitsi Meet without needing to setup any SSL certificates at all since the WAF is taking care of that?