[jitsi-dev] peer-to-peer SIP A/V in 2.0?


#1

Hi, everybody,

Is peer-to-peer SIP expected to be working in 2.0 for audio and video? I've got no problem doing text chat, but both audio and video connections fail (clients: Fedora 17 and CentOS 6). Doesn't get better with the firewall off, so I don't think it's a connectivity problem.

I'll send up some logs if this is supposed to be working.

Thanks,
-Bill

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#2

Hey Bill,

Hi, everybody,

Is peer-to-peer SIP expected to be working in 2.0 for audio and video?

What do you mean by peer-to-peer?

  I've got no problem doing text chat, but both audio and video
connections fail (clients: Fedora 17 and CentOS 6). Doesn't get better
with the firewall off, so I don't think it's a connectivity problem.

I'll send up some logs if this is supposed to be working.

Sure, they are always useful.

Cheers,
Emil

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On 22.03.13, 19:57, Bill McGonigle wrote:

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#3

Ah, I see Jitsi uses 'registrarless' as the preferred nomenclature. Got it.

Attaching the logs now.

Thanks,
-Bill

2013-03-20@03.05.13-logs.zip (144 KB)

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On 03/22/2013 03:22 PM, Emil Ivov wrote:

What do you mean by peer-to-peer?

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#4

What do you mean by peer-to-peer?

Ah, I see Jitsi uses 'registrarless' as the preferred nomenclature.
Got it.

Attaching the logs now.

OK, I see, then going back to your original questions:

Is peer-to-peer SIP expected to be working in 2.0 for audio and video?

Yes. Just tried a few calls. Everything seems to be alright.

One safety reminder though: RegistrarLess accounts are only meant for
purposes of experimental development and debugging and are not really
supposed to be used for actual communication (unless you really know
what you are doing and are purposefully trying to make your life harder
than it should be).

I've got no problem doing text chat, but both audio and video
connections fail (clients: Fedora 17 and CentOS 6).

Had a quick look and not exactly sure what went wrong but here's a
suggestion:

You have to make sure that you are calling things that Jitsi can make
sense of since there's no server routing the call.

For example user@192.168.0.1 should be OK (provided the address is
reachable and someone is listening there). Another possibility is
user@iptel.org (where iptel.org is a valid server).

On the other hand, things like jeremy@mybox won't work (I saw something
similar in your logs).

Cheers,
Emil

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On 27.03.13, 01:25, Bill McGonigle wrote:

On 03/22/2013 03:22 PM, Emil Ivov wrote:

Thanks,
-Bill

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