[jitsi-users] IAX?


#1

Dear Users, a simple question for which I could not find a clear answer.

I am trying to use Jitsi as a skype replacement with collegues - from behind NATs.
What is the proper identity/protocol to be used? In particular I am having difficulties:

- AIM login does not go through (invalid password even though it is the correct one)

- After registering a SIP identity (onsip.com <http://onsip.com/>), I can get online but no calls can be answered, only chat works. (this is consistent with SIP not working behind NAT).

So - maybe IAX does work in jitsi? What is the proper identity or way to register for it?

Thanks in advance for any help.

(And of course let me express my admiration for the great piece of software that Jitsi is.)

Fabrizio


#2

As for IAX, I don't believe Jigasi or Jitsi desktop support it; only SIP.
SIP and IAX are very different.

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On Mar 10, 2017 10:22 AM, "Fabrizio Nesti" <fabrizio.nesti@aquila.infn.it> wrote:

Dear Users, a simple question for which I could not find a clear answer.

I am trying to use Jitsi as a skype replacement with collegues - from
behind NATs.
What is the proper identity/protocol to be used? In particular I am having
difficulties:

- AIM login does not go through (invalid password even though it is the
correct one)

- After registering a SIP identity (onsip.com), I can get online but no
calls can be answered, only chat works. (this is consistent with SIP not
working behind NAT).

So - maybe IAX does work in jitsi? What is the proper identity or way to
register for it?

Thanks in advance for any help.

(And of course let me express my admiration for the great piece of
software that Jitsi is.)

Fabrizio

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#3

Hi

Is not XMPP a good option? I remember creating a such account myself. There
is lots of public XMPP services to chose from.
Is there any good guide for beginners anywhere?

https://wiki.xmpp.org/web/Quickstart

Aron Knifström
Tel: 076-239 65 49
E-post: aron.knifstrom@gmail.com

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2017-03-10 15:49 GMT+01:00 Fabrizio Nesti <fabrizio.nesti@aquila.infn.it>:

Dear Users, a simple question for which I could not find a clear answer.

I am trying to use Jitsi as a skype replacement with collegues - from
behind NATs.
What is the proper identity/protocol to be used? In particular I am having
difficulties:

- AIM login does not go through (invalid password even though it is the
correct one)

- After registering a SIP identity (onsip.com), I can get online but no
calls can be answered, only chat works. (this is consistent with SIP not
working behind NAT).

So - maybe IAX does work in jitsi? What is the proper identity or way to
register for it?

Thanks in advance for any help.

(And of course let me express my admiration for the great piece of
software that Jitsi is.)

Fabrizio

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#4

Hi

Is not XMPP a good option? I remember creating a such account myself. There
is lots of public XMPP services to chose from.

How would that be a solution for voice calls?

Is there any good guide for beginners anywhere?

https://wiki.xmpp.org/web/Quickstart

"Chat" on that page means exchanging messages in text format, not talking to
each other as on a telephone.

I'm pretty sure the query below is asking about how to communicate audibly.

Antony.

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On Friday 10 March 2017 at 18:10:33, Aron Knifström wrote:

2017-03-10 15:49 GMT+01:00 Fabrizio Nesti <fabrizio.nesti@aquila.infn.it>:
> Dear Users, a simple question for which I could not find a clear answer.
>
> I am trying to use Jitsi as a skype replacement with collegues - from
> behind NATs.
> What is the proper identity/protocol to be used? In particular I am
> having difficulties:
>
> - AIM login does not go through (invalid password even though it is the
> correct one)
>
> - After registering a SIP identity (onsip.com), I can get online but no
> calls can be answered, only chat works. (this is consistent with SIP not
> working behind NAT).
>
> So - maybe IAX does work in jitsi? What is the proper identity or way to
> register for it?
>
> Thanks in advance for any help.
>
> (And of course let me express my admiration for the great piece of
> software that Jitsi is.)
>
> Fabrizio

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#5

Jitsi client supports VoIP (Audio + Video) with XMPP (inkl. end-to-end encryption using ZRTP...), so with Jitsi client plus XMPP you have chat+audio+video.
br, MS

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On March 10, 2017 6:17:30 PM GMT+01:00, Antony Stone <Antony.Stone@jitsi.open.source.it> wrote:

On Friday 10 March 2017 at 18:10:33, Aron Knifström wrote:

Hi

Is not XMPP a good option? I remember creating a such account myself.

There

is lots of public XMPP services to chose from.

How would that be a solution for voice calls?

Is there any good guide for beginners anywhere?

https://wiki.xmpp.org/web/Quickstart

"Chat" on that page means exchanging messages in text format, not
talking to
each other as on a telephone.

I'm pretty sure the query below is asking about how to communicate
audibly.

Antony.

2017-03-10 15:49 GMT+01:00 Fabrizio Nesti

<fabrizio.nesti@aquila.infn.it>:

> Dear Users, a simple question for which I could not find a clear

answer.

>
> I am trying to use Jitsi as a skype replacement with collegues -

from

> behind NATs.
> What is the proper identity/protocol to be used? In particular I am
> having difficulties:
>
> - AIM login does not go through (invalid password even though it is

the

> correct one)
>
> - After registering a SIP identity (onsip.com), I can get online

but no

> calls can be answered, only chat works. (this is consistent with

SIP not

> working behind NAT).
>
> So - maybe IAX does work in jitsi? What is the proper identity or

way to

> register for it?
>
> Thanks in advance for any help.
>
> (And of course let me express my admiration for the great piece of
> software that Jitsi is.)
>
> Fabrizio

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#6

Jitsi client also supports VoIP (Audio + Video) with SIP / SIPs
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From: users [mailto:users-bounces@jitsi.org] On Behalf Of Mr. Smith
Sent: vrijdag 10 maart 2017 18:28
To: Jitsi Users
Subject: Re: [jitsi-users] IAX?

Jitsi client supports VoIP (Audio + Video) with XMPP (inkl. end-to-end encryption using ZRTP...), so with Jitsi client plus XMPP you have chat+audio+video.
br, MS
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