The reason it doesn't open as a URL is because it's *NOT* a website!
It's a XMPP server! Use your Jitsi client to attach to the server and
you're good to go! I have several new subscribers now and it's working
well. Again the site chat.jpunix.net is *NOT* a website.
On 9/13/2014 2:59 PM, Symon Cooper wrote:
Hello Crypto and many thanks for your message!
As now jit.si is AGAIN DOWN (being also down on one evening during the week!!),
I have decided to try the server, which you sent me. Unfortunately, the URL
chat.jpunix.net doesn't open at all, I have also tried to open just jpunix.net, which
gave some website for weather forecast and nothing about chat...
So, if there is really no server with a higher uptime, which also has this jingle bells
installed, which enable audio calls, I'm gonna have to drop Jitsi !!
I have been nice 4 weeks of illusion, that there is a cool replacement for Skype !!!
On Tuesday, September 2, 2014 4:35 PM, Crypto <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
On 8/31/2014 11:50 AM, Symon Cooper wrote:
Dear Jitsi users,
as jit.si is now for the second day DOWN and I am unable to use the jitsi services, kindly
advise about alternative XMPP services. I came to know, that there is an additional requirement:
the server needs to support jingle.
I signed up to at least 5-6 servers, like duck duck go, talkr.im, jabber.de, but while adding the
account, I am getting a certificate warning, that jitsi cannot guarantee the server's authenticity.
Kindly advise about that warning and whether it is a security concern, if using ZRTP.
Many many thanks in advance!
chat.jpunix.net is also available. It's running Prosody. Please be
advised that the certificate is self-signed and is used only to provide
a secure connection.