it seems users come up here with questions related to
proper NAT and port forwarding settings again and again
It certainly does not seem to be just me.
The info I gathered is here:
Maybe someone with knowledge can improve on it an add it to
the FAQ page.
Emil and others have posted here recently some configuration lines to restrict
the ports jitsi uses. Unfortunately there is no simple port setting in the
configuration menu like in sk*pe. You could try those config lines together
with forwarding those ports, and please report back.
The current FAQ says port forwarding won't help, but I have not gotten nor found an answer
why it says so.
I would also like to know how to make a call without registering.
In answer to Nikita's question the peers should handle the NAT traversal
On Thu, Mar 20, 2014 at 7:13 AM, Nikita Stashkov <email@example.com> wrote:
> In Internet who will handle NAT problems? Why not to use one of the free
> VOIP services?
> For example www.sipmobile.org?
> I apologize for the ad.
> 20 ??? 2014 ?., ? 11:58, Gene Wu <firstname.lastname@example.org> ???(?):
> > Hello,
> > Is direct SIP IP calling supported in Jitsi? In other words, the
> > ability to make or receive calls using the SIP protocol to their IP
> > address.
> > I understand Jitsi has something called registrarless SIP support, but
> > it's only intended for the LAN, and there haven't been reports of it
> > working on the Internet.
> > Gene
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