I’m currently trying to install jitsi-meet on a fresh installed ubuntu 18 VM. I followed the quick-install guide without any extra webserver like nginx.
I have the following setup: My VM is behind a NAT and I only have a dynamic IP address (actually the public IP is changing with every reconnect during night)
I’m not able to directly forward the ports through my router, because some of them are already used and I typically only forward alias ports (lets say 55522 instead of 22). The only standard ports that are allowed from outside are 80 and 443 to a dedicated VM that handles the letsencrypt stuff. Every other VM (like nextcloud) grabs the certificate from there.
So what I’m trying to setup is something like
Normal ports for jitsi vm: 443, 4443, 10000
Mapped to external ports like 55443, 55444, 55000
And I need to setup something like the NAT_HARVESTER_PUBLIC_ADDRESS to my public DNS Hostname. Or if only an IP address is possible, it would be ok to switch this by script every night and restart the service.
What I could not find is a guide that describes how to setup non-standard ports. Or should I also change the ports for jitsi to the 55xxx ports?
Thanks in advance