All, I know there are many, many posts on this.
I have tried Debian 10.3 “BUSTER” 3 times … with apache2 … same symptoms of:
- Both my camera and audio are working just fine
- When I go to the webpage (in Chrome), the Jitsi page shows up just fine. The little light of my camera is activated right away. When I go to the Jitsi device settings, I can see the webcam image is working. Audio is recognized as well.
- But I have no video/audio when actually using it, so I cannot see myself / cannot activate the camera. After a while, I get a message saying that the network connection is lost and it will reconnect in 30 seconds or so.
I read on line that BUSTER has too new a version of JRE. So, I tried Ubuntu 18.04 headless LTS.
Exact same problem … and I tried 3 times from scratch with it.
Followed all the advice related to opening ports (80, 443, 4443, 10000-20000 UDP). No joy.
Added: org.jitsi.jicofo.ALWAYS _TRUST_MODE_ENABLED=true … to /etc/jitsi/jicofo/sip-communicator.properties …
Added the specific PUBLIC and PRIVATE address lines from the “advanced config guidance”.
Made sure the /etc/nginx/sites-available/my.domain.ext.conf and /etc/jitsi/meet/my.domain.ext-config.js reflected my domain … both with and w/o the hostname.
Still no joy.
I’m using nginix.
Kinda desperate at this point.