[jitsi-users] Call insecure after video


#1

I just did some Jitsi testing with a friend. My friend is on a Mac and
I'm running Windows 7. We are both running the latest nightly build.
I'm running my own Openfire server under Windows XP. One of the things
we tried was video conferencing. We noticed that when we turned our
cameras on the call went to un-secure and then back to secure a few
seconds later. That's a GOOD thing. But... When we turned our cameras
off the voice call went to un-secure and stayed there. We needed to
hang up and re-establish the call in order to go secure. Is this
normal behavior?

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John Perry


#2

I asked about the same thing a few weeks ago. It seems to be a UI bug. The call is still encrypted.

Anthony

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On Jul 25, 2013, at 5:17 PM, John Perry <lists@jpunix.net> wrote:

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I just did some Jitsi testing with a friend. My friend is on a Mac and
I'm running Windows 7. We are both running the latest nightly build.
I'm running my own Openfire server under Windows XP. One of the things
we tried was video conferencing. We noticed that when we turned our
cameras on the call went to un-secure and then back to secure a few
seconds later. That's a GOOD thing. But... When we turned our cameras
off the voice call went to un-secure and stayed there. We needed to
hang up and re-establish the call in order to go secure. Is this
normal behavior?

- --
John Perry

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#3

Thanks Anthony! Seeya on Jitsi!

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John Perry

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On 7/25/2013 8:17 PM, Anthony Papillion wrote:

I asked about the same thing a few weeks ago. It seems to be a UI
bug. The call is still encrypted.

Anthony

-- Sent from my mobile device

On Jul 25, 2013, at 5:17 PM, John Perry <lists@jpunix.net> wrote:

I just did some Jitsi testing with a friend. My friend is on a Mac
and I'm running Windows 7. We are both running the latest nightly
build. I'm running my own Openfire server under Windows XP. One of
the things we tried was video conferencing. We noticed that when we
turned our cameras on the call went to un-secure and then back to
secure a few seconds later. That's a GOOD thing. But... When we
turned our cameras off the voice call went to un-secure and stayed
there. We needed to hang up and re-establish the call in order to
go secure. Is this normal behavior?