[jitsi-users] jitsi-videobridge configuration


#1

Howdy,

We are looking at setting up a sample jitsi-videobridge and jitsi-meet
server for testing that will only be used and accessed by a handful of
people.

Does a server of this size really need 10,000 media ports open? How many
ports need to be opened per user for the server to still function properly?


#2

Depending on the config: between 1 and 5.

However there is no practical difference between 500, 3000 or 10000, we'd
rather go on the safe side.

Emil

--sent from my mobile

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On 20 Oct 2014 10:45 PM, "Brandon Nelson" <brandon.nelson@telenetwork.com> wrote:

Howdy,

We are looking at setting up a sample jitsi-videobridge and jitsi-meet
server for testing that will only be used and accessed by a handful of
people.

Does a server of this size really need 10,000 media ports open? How many
ports need to be opened per user for the server to still function properly?

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#3

Hello,

Howdy,

We are looking at setting up a sample jitsi-videobridge and jitsi-meet
server for testing that will only be used and accessed by a handful of
people.

Does a server of this size really need 10,000 media ports open? How many
ports need to be opened per user for the server to still function properly?

Jitsi-videobridge allocates port dynamically, and the range that is configured via command line arguments and java properties is the range from which it will allocate ports as needed. Restricting the range is not a problem at all.

The number of needed ports depends on configuration. With rtcp-mux and bundle enabled (the default), it needs a single port per participant, and with those options disabled, it needs 5 ports per participant.

Regards,
Boris

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On 20/10/14 23:44, Brandon Nelson wrote: