I followed this install guide :
In short , the jitsi machine sits on a vm, hosted behind a NAT.
Machine posts to the local network, and is joinable locally, yet clients don’t see eachother, and seem to join empty rooms
I have an A-record pointing to my public ip, ports are forwarded in the router, and opened on the VM,'s ufw firewall.
The public Ip is semi fixed, meaning, it didn’t change last 3 years.
it’s not posting on the public IP at all ( not sure, that’s a problem from the machine, or provider )
if I ping the domainname, I do get a rsponse, from “IP.provider”
SSL certificate didn’t work either
Next problem I run in, is to create accounts, for allowed users.
in another guide, they explained to use :
prosodyctl register yourusernamehere jitsi.example.com P@ssw0rd, previous install, this command worked, now it doesn’t.
Prosody was unable to find the configuration file.
“We looked for: /etc/prosody/prosody.cfg.lua
A sample config file is included in the Prosody download called prosody.cfg.lua.dist
It seems hard, to find a full manual.
some help would be really appreciated