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> Hi, I'm a new user and I apologize if I'm rising a naive question.
> For reasons that clearly I do not need to discuss in this list I'm
> trying to force "my community" to abandon Skype and move to Jitsi.
> Now I'm experimenting an "ICE failure" problem in connecting with
> some of my colleagues working in a public University in Italy. If I
> understand well form reading the list this is a quite common
> problem and it has to do with the network "restriction policies"
> implemented at the University level. I'm not an expert and my
> question is: is there a way to configure Jitsi to work in such an
> environment without having the possibility to modify the network
> policy of the University?
> Thanks in advance for any help.
ICE failure basicly states that there was no way to connect you and
First make shure that your firewall is configured correctly, as you
and your partner are in the same network (university) and should in
theory be able to communicate using your private IP adresses this
seems to be the most likely problem.
In case your University restricts network internal trafic and has as
strange nat: try finding a XMPP server which supports jinglenodes.
Thanks a lot Yannick.
Actually I'm in a different University and outside my colleague's
network. If I got your suggestion correctly I should ask my colleague
to setup Openfire with the jinglenodes plugin, configuring it as in
and this should be able to solve our connection problem. Did I get it
Thanks again for your help, I'm really looking forward to dismiss Skype.
On Tue, 03 Sep 2013 23:04:14 +0200 Yannik Völker <email@example.com> wrote:
Am 03.09.2013 09:13, schrieb firstname.lastname@example.org:
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