If you just do apt-get install jitsi-meet on debian/ubuntu with
default java8 (like latest debian and ubuntu 16.04 and up) this will
install jitsi-meet and configure jvb to serve jitsi-meet through its
internal jetty on port 443.
And if that machine has only port 443 visible to the world it will be
the only port used. The media will be transferred using tcp and port
Wow, neat - I didn't even know this was an option.
If udp over port 80 is possible then jvb can be configured to use that
one as a single port option.
Does this work for you?
Please disregard my previous ignorant answer saying that the media stream
would be hard
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