[jitsi-users] Firefox doesn't work stably


#1

Hi,

We're trying meet.jit.si. It really works well with Chrome(ver 50) but
SOMETIMES doesn't work stably with Firefox(ver 48) on Mac OS X(10.11.5).

Here is the example scenario:

1) Firefox A join meet.jit.si/XX
2) Firefox B join meet.jit.si/XX as soon as step1 completed
3.1) Firefox A can display the video
3.2) Firefox B can't display the video flowing, but just displays black
screen(This is the problem). This is not our expecting behaviour.
4) After step3, just waiting for 2-3 mins doesn't recover the browser.
Reloading the webpage often fix the problem.

FYI:

- by looking at the about:webrtc, I confirmed ICE succeeded like this:
X.X.X.X:50842/udp(peerreflexive) 104.192.X.X:10000/udp(serverreflexive)
succeeded
- to under the problem more specifically, I also built the jitsi-meet (by
`apt-get -y install jitsi-meet`) in my local virtual machine on Ubuntu and
made another experiment. Then, the problem sometimes happened again.

Hope this report helps to improve Jitsi products.

Thanks,

···

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Yoshimasa IWASE


#2

Hi,

yes we are aware of this problem and are working on it. There is media
flowing to FF instance, but something confuses FF and is not rendering the
video, I think this were the last observations we had. FF needs debugging.
Thanks for the report.

Regards
damencho

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On Thu, May 19, 2016 at 7:13 AM, Yoshimasa IWASE <iwase.yoshimasa@gmail.com> wrote:

Hi,

We're trying meet.jit.si. It really works well with Chrome(ver 50) but
SOMETIMES doesn't work stably with Firefox(ver 48) on Mac OS X(10.11.5).

Here is the example scenario:

1) Firefox A join meet.jit.si/XX
2) Firefox B join meet.jit.si/XX as soon as step1 completed
3.1) Firefox A can display the video
3.2) Firefox B can't display the video flowing, but just displays black
screen(This is the problem). This is not our expecting behaviour.
4) After step3, just waiting for 2-3 mins doesn't recover the browser.
Reloading the webpage often fix the problem.

FYI:

- by looking at the about:webrtc, I confirmed ICE succeeded like this:
X.X.X.X:50842/udp(peerreflexive) 104.192.X.X:10000/udp(serverreflexive)
succeeded
- to under the problem more specifically, I also built the jitsi-meet (by
`apt-get -y install jitsi-meet`) in my local virtual machine on Ubuntu and
made another experiment. Then, the problem sometimes happened again.

Hope this report helps to improve Jitsi products.

Thanks,

--
Yoshimasa IWASE

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#3

Hi,

Thanks! That relieved me. :slight_smile:

There is media flowing to FF instance

Exactly I got packet captures by Wireshark and confirmed packets were
flowing. If there's a issue on GitHub, could you share the link? I've
searched the issue in both jisti-videobridge repository and jisti-meet but
I couldn't find it. If there is, I'm going to keep an eye on it.

Regards,

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On Thu, May 19, 2016 at 3:37 PM, Damian Minkov <damencho@jitsi.org> wrote:

Hi,

yes we are aware of this problem and are working on it. There is media
flowing to FF instance, but something confuses FF and is not rendering the
video, I think this were the last observations we had. FF needs debugging.
Thanks for the report.

Regards
damencho

On Thu, May 19, 2016 at 7:13 AM, Yoshimasa IWASE < > iwase.yoshimasa@gmail.com> wrote:

Hi,

We're trying meet.jit.si. It really works well with Chrome(ver 50) but
SOMETIMES doesn't work stably with Firefox(ver 48) on Mac OS X(10.11.5).

Here is the example scenario:

1) Firefox A join meet.jit.si/XX
2) Firefox B join meet.jit.si/XX as soon as step1 completed
3.1) Firefox A can display the video
3.2) Firefox B can't display the video flowing, but just displays black
screen(This is the problem). This is not our expecting behaviour.
4) After step3, just waiting for 2-3 mins doesn't recover the browser.
Reloading the webpage often fix the problem.

FYI:

- by looking at the about:webrtc, I confirmed ICE succeeded like this:
X.X.X.X:50842/udp(peerreflexive) 104.192.X.X:10000/udp(serverreflexive)
succeeded
- to under the problem more specifically, I also built the jitsi-meet
(by `apt-get -y install jitsi-meet`) in my local virtual machine on Ubuntu
and made another experiment. Then, the problem sometimes happened again.

Hope this report helps to improve Jitsi products.

Thanks,

--
Yoshimasa IWASE

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