You can set the tokenAuthUrl in your config.js to redirect users to your authentication endpoint. After successfull authentication, the user must be redirected back to the conference url with the ?jwt=[...] parameter appended to the URL. See Auto login to iFrame or API to use? - #5 by corby
to which problem exactly ? Your fist post was about basic authentication, and you are now mentioning another problem, about letting unauthenticated users getting in existing rooms created by authenticated users. Which it is ?
I’ve created authentication with JWT, and it works well, when I create a room with a ?jwt=[...] in my url, I got moderator rights.
Now I want to use a Django form to check if my user is registered, create the JWT and set it in my URL
With tokenAuthUrl I’m supposed to redirect where I want my user to authenticate. So I’d like to redirect to my Django authentication form, instead of the Jitsi default form.
In order to do that, I have to set the redirect URL in my .env file and my config.js file.
My problem is that my redirection doesn’t work.
Blockquote you are now mentioning another problem, about letting unauthenticated users getting in existing rooms created by authenticated users.
I may not explained myself well, but I didn’t talk about that
That’s it, my problem is about redirection, not Django.
I’ve search about JWT in the handbook, but I didn’t find help
The only thing I have is this : Self-Hosting Guide - Docker · Jitsi Meet Handbook and it doesn’t mention the TOKEN_AUTH_URL in the .env file
I can’t help you about docker, don’t know anything about it.
Edit: if your problem is linked mainly to Docker , not Django, creating a new thread would be a good idea since Docker specialists will take a look at it else if they know nothing about Django they will probably not even read it.