[jitsi-dev] Google Voice support behind firewalls


#1

I suspect without a firewall Jitsi would work for me, I'm going to try
later when I can directly connect a computer to my public IP. But this
isn't a maintainable solution for me. Outbound calls don't work either.
I've attached my log and pcap of an incoming call. Both files are
contained in an encrypted z7 file with the password "1234" to prevent any
mail server from filtering them.

log.7z (9.07 KB)


#2

I do get notifications of incoming calls, but I receive an error message
"Could not establish a connection (ICE Failed)". I can also make calls, but
the call window (and connection) just closes when the other line answers
the call.

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On Tue, Feb 12, 2013 at 3:34 PM, Josh Guyette <joshguyette@yahoo.com> wrote:

I suspect without a firewall Jitsi would work for me, I'm going to try
later when I can directly connect a computer to my public IP. But this
isn't a maintainable solution for me. Outbound calls don't work either.
I've attached my log and pcap of an incoming call. Both files are
contained in an encrypted z7 file with the password "1234" to prevent any
mail server from filtering them.


#3

Not sure if this was posted to the mailing list since I posted it before my
welcome e-mail.

log.7z (9.07 KB)

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---------- Forwarded message ----------

From: Josh Guyette <joshguyette@yahoo.com>

Date: Tue, Feb 12, 2013 at 3:45 PM
Subject: Re: Google Voice support behind firewalls
To: dev@jitsi.java.net

I do get notifications of incoming calls, but I receive an error message
"Could not establish a connection (ICE Failed)". I can also make calls, but
the call window (and connection) just closes when the other line answers
the call.

On Tue, Feb 12, 2013 at 3:34 PM, Josh Guyette <joshguyette@yahoo.com> wrote:

I suspect without a firewall Jitsi would work for me, I'm going to try
later when I can directly connect a computer to my public IP. But this
isn't a maintainable solution for me. Outbound calls don't work either.
I've attached my log and pcap of an incoming call. Both files are
contained in an encrypted z7 file with the password "1234" to prevent any
mail server from filtering them.


#4

It should be noted, that I do know how to setup the router to allow the
application to open ports. Not only is UPnP enabled on the router, the
router also has my computer in DMZ mode and the port is open on my computer.

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On Wed, Feb 13, 2013 at 2:22 PM, Josh Guyette <joshguyette@yahoo.com> wrote:

Not sure if this was posted to the mailing list since I posted it before
my welcome e-mail.

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Josh Guyette <joshguyette@yahoo.com>
Date: Tue, Feb 12, 2013 at 3:45 PM
Subject: Re: Google Voice support behind firewalls
To: dev@jitsi.java.net

I do get notifications of incoming calls, but I receive an error message
"Could not establish a connection (ICE Failed)". I can also make calls, but
the call window (and connection) just closes when the other line answers
the call.

On Tue, Feb 12, 2013 at 3:34 PM, Josh Guyette <joshguyette@yahoo.com>wrote:

I suspect without a firewall Jitsi would work for me, I'm going to try
later when I can directly connect a computer to my public IP. But this
isn't a maintainable solution for me. Outbound calls don't work either.
I've attached my log and pcap of an incoming call. Both files are
contained in an encrypted z7 file with the password "1234" to prevent any
mail server from filtering them.