[jitsi-users] Jitsi has become unusable to me


#1

Hello Everyone,

I'm having fits with Jitsi and I can't seem to work through the
problems. I'm hoping someone can help me fix things because, basically,
Jitsi is unusable to me.

I've got Jitsi set up with a single SIP account (IPTel) and a single
XMPP account (Jabber.org). When I try to make a voice call to another
SIP user (also on IPTel), it looks like the call is going through, it
rings, but when they answer, we can't hear each other. All of our ports
are properly opened.

When I try to make a voice call over XMPP, which used to work, I am told
that there are no 'valid media descriptors'.

This is absolutely frustrating. I really *want* to use Jitsi but this
simply is amazingly annoying.

Can anyone offer me any insight as to what might be going on and how to
fix it?

Thank You,
Anthony


#2

Hi,

Hello Everyone,

I'm having fits with Jitsi and I can't seem to work through the
problems. I'm hoping someone can help me fix things because, basically,
Jitsi is unusable to me.

I've got Jitsi set up with a single SIP account (IPTel) and a single
XMPP account (Jabber.org). When I try to make a voice call to another
SIP user (also on IPTel), it looks like the call is going through, it
rings, but when they answer, we can't hear each other. All of our ports
are properly opened.

When I try to make a voice call over XMPP, which used to work, I am told
that there are no 'valid media descriptors'.

This is absolutely frustrating. I really *want* to use Jitsi but this
simply is amazingly annoying.

Can anyone offer me any insight as to what might be going on and how to
fix it?

We would need to see log files[1] in order to give you a more specific answer. Without them, we can pretty much only guess -- maybe the two sides can't agree on a codec. Make sure that you have at least one common codec enabled in the configuration of both sides.

Regards,
Boris

[1] https://jitsi.org/Documentation/FAQ#logs

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On Fri May 31 05:53:36 2013, Anthony Papillion wrote:


#3

I have the same problem. I used Jitsi first time (version 1.x) and all
run ok but now wiith 2.2 I can not connect jitsi to xmpp or sip to
openfire server and elastix. The openfire server and elastix have not
chaged (any change) and I can connect with Pidgin before and now with
all versions of Ubuntu 64 bits. I dont know why with every versi�n jitsi
runs worse.

Sorry, I need a stable software. I like jitsi but I will use Pidgin and
other sip software in all my company until a can download a stable Jitsi
and It simply connects to my server as before and as other software.

Regards

···

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*Francisco J. Bejarano*
*Responsable de Sistemas e Infraestructuras OKN-Bizpills*
Dpto. Sistemas e Infraestructuras
Open Knowledge Network S.L.
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http://www.openknowledgenetwork.com
Tel. (+34) 902 534 004
Fax. (+34) 917 266 476
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El 31/05/13 07:38, Boris Grozev escribi�:

Hi,

On Fri May 31 05:53:36 2013, Anthony Papillion wrote:

Hello Everyone,

I'm having fits with Jitsi and I can't seem to work through the
problems. I'm hoping someone can help me fix things because, basically,
Jitsi is unusable to me.

I've got Jitsi set up with a single SIP account (IPTel) and a single
XMPP account (Jabber.org). When I try to make a voice call to another
SIP user (also on IPTel), it looks like the call is going through, it
rings, but when they answer, we can't hear each other. All of our ports
are properly opened.

When I try to make a voice call over XMPP, which used to work, I am told
that there are no 'valid media descriptors'.

This is absolutely frustrating. I really *want* to use Jitsi but this
simply is amazingly annoying.

Can anyone offer me any insight as to what might be going on and how to
fix it?

We would need to see log files[1] in order to give you a more specific
answer. Without them, we can pretty much only guess -- maybe the two
sides can't agree on a codec. Make sure that you have at least one
common codec enabled in the configuration of both sides.

Regards,
Boris

[1] https://jitsi.org/Documentation/FAQ#logs

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#4

Hi Francisco,

I have the same problem. I used Jitsi first time (version 1.x) and all run ok but now wiith 2.2 I can not connect jitsi to xmpp or sip to openfire server and elastix. The openfire server and elastix have not chaged (any change) and I can connect with Pidgin before and now with all versions of Ubuntu 64 bits. I dont know why with every versión jitsi runs worse.

Sorry to hear that you're experiencing problems with jitsi 2.2. In order to be able to resolve your problems could you please send us some logs (https://jitsi.org/faq/logs).

Regards,
Yana

···

On May 31, 2013, at 9:25 AM, "Francisco J. Bejarano" <francisco.bejarano@openknowledgenetwork.com> wrote:

Sorry, I need a stable software. I like jitsi but I will use Pidgin and other sip software in all my company until a can download a stable Jitsi and It simply connects to my server as before and as other software.

Regards
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
Francisco J. Bejarano
Responsable de Sistemas e Infraestructuras OKN-Bizpills
Dpto. Sistemas e Infraestructuras
Open Knowledge Network S.L.
francisco.bejarano@openknowledgenetwork.com
http://www.openknowledgenetwork.com
Tel. (+34) 902 534 004
Fax. (+34) 917 266 476
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
El 31/05/13 07:38, Boris Grozev escribió:

Hi,

On Fri May 31 05:53:36 2013, Anthony Papillion wrote:

Hello Everyone,

I'm having fits with Jitsi and I can't seem to work through the
problems. I'm hoping someone can help me fix things because, basically,
Jitsi is unusable to me.

I've got Jitsi set up with a single SIP account (IPTel) and a single
XMPP account (Jabber.org). When I try to make a voice call to another
SIP user (also on IPTel), it looks like the call is going through, it
rings, but when they answer, we can't hear each other. All of our ports
are properly opened.

When I try to make a voice call over XMPP, which used to work, I am told
that there are no 'valid media descriptors'.

This is absolutely frustrating. I really *want* to use Jitsi but this
simply is amazingly annoying.

Can anyone offer me any insight as to what might be going on and how to
fix it?

We would need to see log files[1] in order to give you a more specific answer. Without them, we can pretty much only guess -- maybe the two sides can't agree on a codec. Make sure that you have at least one common codec enabled in the configuration of both sides.

Regards,
Boris

[1] https://jitsi.org/Documentation/FAQ#logs

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