[jitsi-dev] modification to jitsi or jabber server?


#1

Hey guys,

I'd like to have someone help me get the following setup. To have a Jabber
server / Jitsi client setup where voice calls can be established even when
both clients' NATs/routers/firewalls only allow _outgoing_ connections. So
assume no incoming connections can be established to either client (assume
no UPNP or NAT-PMP is available). This means some sort of proxy will need
to be used. The solution with the least amount of changes/code is
preferred.

- Any jabber server is ok, but ejabberd and Openfire are the preferred ones.
- Client must be Jitsi.
- Any proxy is ok but using already established standards would be best
(e.g. Jingle Nodes)
- I assume some modifications will need to be made to either the client
(Jitsi), the jabber server, or both. But if it the goal can be acheived
purely with a ceratin configuration I will pay for that as well.

I value speed and thoughtful solutions and will pay handsomely for one.
Whoever shows me first they are obviously capable of doing this and can
complete it in a reasonable amount of time will most likely be picked.
Assuming you have a good reputation I will be willing to pay ahead of time
or some sort of half before half after situation.

'' Georgio


#2

Might no be the smartest move from my side (as i am not getting any
money) but i will just tell you what to do for free!
For openfire it is just enabling the Jingle Nodes Plugin:
Log in, go to Plugins -> Available Plugins, search for Jingle Nodes
Plugin and klick the green + on the right side. Then you need to go to
the Server tab, switch to the Jingle Nodes tab and enter your public ip.

You can find documentation on ejabberd here:
https://code.google.com/p/jinglenodes/wiki/Erlang_Jingle_Nodes_Service
I have not tested this yet but it should work if you follow the guide
step by step

Jitsi will then automaticly find the jinglenodes relay and use it.

- --
Yannik V�lker

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Am 16.09.2013 09:43, schrieb georgio k:

Hey guys,

I'd like to have someone help me get the following setup. To have
a Jabber server / Jitsi client setup where voice calls can be
established even when both clients' NATs/routers/firewalls only
allow _outgoing_ connections. So assume no incoming connections
can be established to either client (assume no UPNP or NAT-PMP is
available). This means some sort of proxy will need to be used.
The solution with the least amount of changes/code is preferred.

- Any jabber server is ok, but ejabberd and Openfire are the
preferred ones. - Client must be Jitsi. - Any proxy is ok but using
already established standards would be best (e.g. Jingle Nodes) - I
assume some modifications will need to be made to either the
client (Jitsi), the jabber server, or both. But if it the goal can
be acheived purely with a ceratin configuration I will pay for that
as well.

I value speed and thoughtful solutions and will pay handsomely for
one. Whoever shows me first they are obviously capable of doing
this and can complete it in a reasonable amount of time will most
likely be picked. Assuming you have a good reputation I will be
willing to pay ahead of time or some sort of half before half after
situation.

'' Georgio