Thank you, Boris, by your explanation.
I did a test in meet.jit.si with 2 browsers, each one with a cam (I have 2
cams to test jitsi) in the same room. I believe that in jit.si is the same
thing. I asked to other person to enter in a same room there in jit.si, and
I and he can't see one to other.
When I tried in other webRTC site, like appear.in, works fine one to other.
So, I believe that is a good idea to focus to this solution.
In other hand, you said that is possible use without nginx (or apache, I
believe). Where can I get more info about this configuration?
More one time, thank you.
2017-09-12 16:45 GMT-03:00 Boris Grozev <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
On 12/09/2017 21:16, Claudio Ferreira wrote:
I have a problem in my environment because I have wired and wifi net,
where the wifi have the 4443 port blocked. So, my ask is how can I
configure my server to run only in 80 and 443.
As it is a debian box using the Jitsi's repository, was basically apt-get
install. In my env, I use nginx, so the port 80 is redirected to 443, and I
haven't idea how put in the same URL to use video through the same port. Is
possible? Isn't clear for me (yet).
I know the page tcp.html, but isn't easy understand what I need to do
in nginx conf and in jitsi confs.
Video over TCP does not use HTTP, so you can not share the same port with
nginx. You could either configure jitsi-videobridge (which can multiplex
video and HTTP) as your HTTP server and remove nginx, or you could make it
use another port (e.g. 4444).