Our Jitsi-Meet platform is used by internal and external users, so we
have JVB listening on two different network interfaces (eth1: Internal
use & eth2: External use).
Internal users have a direct access to JVB's IP address and external
users access the server through its NATted IP as described on the
On the client side, users receive 3 different ICE candidate including
the private IP 18.104.22.168 that I don't want to broadcast for security
Is there any way to prevent JVB from broadcasting a private IP address
as an ICE candidate ?