[jitsi-users] Problems with connecting a call


#1

I'm using Jitsi 2.0.4506.10553 on Fedora 18 and I'm having an amazingly
hard time making calls.

When I try to make a call, it will often ring a few times then either
the remote side or my side will receive failed call notification telling
us that "ICE failed".

Other times, I get some error about "ExtendedResolver" failing or
something like that. But the bottom line is that Jitsi usually requires
4-6 tries before a call will actually be connected then will randomly
disconnect calls during a call.

While I know ICE negates the need to port forward, I've gone into my
router and done so anyway (I couldn't ever make a call before I did
that) and it's still not working properly.

Can anyone help me fix this?

Thanks,
Anthony


#2

Hey Anthony,

I assume you are using XMPP? What service are you using it with? The
problems that you describe are somewhat common in case either of the
parties is using GTalk. If both sides are using Jitsi (on a server that
has jingle nodes such as jit.si) then, try disabling "Use Google's
Jingle/ICE (experimental)" check in the ICE tab of your XMPP account.

Cheers,
Emil

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On 25.05.13, 21:39, Anthony Papillion wrote:

I'm using Jitsi 2.0.4506.10553 on Fedora 18 and I'm having an amazingly
hard time making calls.

When I try to make a call, it will often ring a few times then either
the remote side or my side will receive failed call notification telling
us that "ICE failed".

Other times, I get some error about "ExtendedResolver" failing or
something like that. But the bottom line is that Jitsi usually requires
4-6 tries before a call will actually be connected then will randomly
disconnect calls during a call.

While I know ICE negates the need to port forward, I've gone into my
router and done so anyway (I couldn't ever make a call before I did
that) and it's still not working properly.

Can anyone help me fix this?

Thanks,
Anthony

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#3

http://www.h-online.com/open/news/item/Google-s-chat-client-drops-Jabber-compatibility-1866129.html
it might be a smart idea to remove that function

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On 26.05.2013 11:40, Emil Ivov wrote:

Hey Anthony,

I assume you are using XMPP? What service are you using it with?
The problems that you describe are somewhat common in case either
of the parties is using GTalk. If both sides are using Jitsi (on a
server that has jingle nodes such as jit.si) then, try disabling
"Use Google's Jingle/ICE (experimental)" check in the ICE tab of
your XMPP account.

Cheers, Emil


#4

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Hey Anthony,

I assume you are using XMPP? What service are you using it with?
The problems that you describe are somewhat common in case either
of the parties is using GTalk. If both sides are using Jitsi (on a
server that has jingle nodes such as jit.si) then, try disabling
"Use Google's Jingle/ICE (experimental)" check in the ICE tab of
your XMPP account.

Cheers, Emil

http://www.h-online.com/open/news/item/Google-s-chat-client-drops-Jabber-compatibility-1866129.html
it might be a smart idea to remove that function

For the time being the situation is quite unclear. Everything that used
to work still works and Google's announcements are somewhat vague about
exactly what is going to stop working and when.

So, we are not removing anything for the time being.

Emil

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On 26.05.13, 20:03, Yannik Völker wrote:

On 26.05.2013 11:40, Emil Ivov wrote:

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