[jitsi-users] PROBLEM CALLSEND/RECEIVE


#1

Hi i already post 3 times but no answer.

I got this error and same of 2 of my contacts like under:

**Caused* by: *java*.*io*.*IOException*: *Failed* to *bind even* a
***single host candidate* for *component*:*Component id*=*1 parent
**stream*=*audio no local candidates*. *no* remote *candidates*.

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*preferredPort=5000 minPort=5000 maxPort=5100*

Mr Emil say me its a problem of interface and do not know how to solve it.
What is interfaces audio? network? I add this is happen without modify
nothing, my contact have the same shit, and if jitsi don't know, how i
solve it then who know or where i can go to find that?
I see on google more than 1 post have same problem 1 year ago something
like that but no answer too for solve then i post for the 4 time.
I'm tired because there is more than 1 month we cannot use jitsi now only
for chat but no call.
Thank please help me.
Regard Bil


#2

Hey Bil

Hi i already post 3 times but no answer.

I got this error and same of 2 of my contacts like under:

*Caused* by: *java*.*io*.*IOException*: *Failed* to *bind even* a
*single host candidate* for *component*:*Component id*=*1 parent
stream*=*audio no local candidates*. *no* remote *candidates*.
preferredPort=5000 minPort=5000 maxPort=5100

Mr Emil say me its a problem of interface and do not know how to solve it.
What is interfaces audio? network?

I meant a network interface.

I add this is happen without modify
nothing, my contact have the same shit, and if jitsi don't know, how i solve
it then who know or where i can go to find that?

Well this is the right place but since this is a rather unusual
problem it is likely that investigating it would not be a high
priority for developers. I am not speaking for everyone and I'd love
to be proven wrong.

I see on google more than 1 post have same problem 1 year ago something like
that but no answer too for solve

I don't think we've seen this problem before.

then i post for the 4 time.

Well unfortunately posting multiple times won't help. Either there's
someone who believe this is a high priority because it is a common
problem, or there isn't.

My personal guess would be that there's either a problem or at least
something very unusual on your OS configuration. Again, we haven't
seen this elsewhere. I'd therefore suggest you start looking in that
direction.

Emil

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On Fri, Apr 25, 2014 at 8:08 PM, bil oude <biloude@gmail.com> wrote:

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