[jitsi-users] jitsi meet Setup


#1

Hi All,

I wonder if my question was expressed clear enough, Can anyone here give me some hint?

My jitsi meet is installed on Ubuntu server, including prosody, nginx, jitsi-videobridge etc. The Ubuntu server connects internet through a router. Behind the router is local network, with IP addresses of 192.168.1.xxx. The router forward http port 80 etc to local IP the Ubuntu server use.

If my devices (computers, tablet) access jitsi.example.com within local network, they can successfully make video and audio connections. If the devices are outside local network from another public IP address, there is no video and audio connections but there is still text communication. What could be the cause of this issue ? Is that I need to configure somewhere or this arrangement (jitsi.example.com is setup in local server and connect internet through a router) is not possible to work in current jitsi technology?

Thank you in advance.

Luke


#2

Hi All,

I wonder if my question was expressed clear enough, Can anyone here give me some hint?

My jitsi meet is installed on Ubuntu server, including prosody, nginx, jitsi-videobridge etc. The Ubuntu server connects internet through a router. Behind the router is local network, with IP addresses of 192.168.1.xxx. The router forward http port 80 etc to local IP the Ubuntu server use.

If my devices (computers, tablet) access jitsi.example.com within local network, they can successfully make video and audio connections. If the devices are outside local network from another public IP address, there is no video and audio connections but there is still text communication. What could be the cause of this issue ? Is that I need to configure somewhere or this arrangement (jitsi.example.com is setup in local server and connect internet through a router) is not possible to work in current jitsi technology?

Thank you in advance.

Luke


#3

If jitsi-videobridge is behind a NAT, clients will fail to connect to it. If running behind NAT is unavoidable, you can make it work by:
1. Forwarding ports 10000 to 20000 (UDP) from your public address to the videobrige address.
2. Letting the videobridge know about the public address by setting the following properties:
org.jitsi.videobridge.NAT_HARVESTER_LOCAL_ADDRESS
org.jitsi.videobridge.NAT_HARVESTER_PUBLIC_ADDRESS

Regards,
Boris

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On 01/01/15 20:40, Luke peng wrote:

Hi All,

I wonder if my question was expressed clear enough, Can anyone here give
me some hint?

My jitsi meet is installed on Ubuntu server, including prosody, nginx,
jitsi-videobridge etc. The Ubuntu server connects internet through a
router. Behind the router is local network, with IP addresses of
192.168.1.xxx. The router forward http port 80 etc to local IP the
Ubuntu server use.