[jitsi-users] Random connection dropouts?


#1

Hi,

I'm new on the list, so if this question is not related to this list,
please tell me where to put it:

I started using jitsi just some weeks ago. I need it for my long
distance relationship, as skype alternative. We (me and my girlfriend)
used skype a long time, But I _really_ dislike it, I run a seperate
notebook just for skype (as I don't want to put propriatary software
on my machine).

I'm running Debian stable, my gf runs Windows 7. We use Jitsi for
video chatting over XMPP. Servers are ccc.de for me and jit.si for
her.

We can talk or video-chat about 10 to 15 minutes, after that she
doesn't hear me anymore. Are there any ideas on this? This
is kind of annoying if you have to restart the whole chat (not jitsi
itself, but the chat) every 10 or 15 minutes.

We will also try with the same server, which will be ccc.de, but we
havn't done it yet.

Besides these problems I really like jitsi. It seems to be a really
good alternative to skype, which doesn't work at all some times (on
Linux, as far as I'm experienced with it...)

Thank you guys in advance!

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#2

I have the same problem. Does your gf use the 64bit version?
Please report back if you have tested ccc!

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2014-03-02 16:22 GMT+01:00 Matthias Beyer <mail@beyermatthias.de>:

Hi,

I'm new on the list, so if this question is not related to this list,
please tell me where to put it:

I started using jitsi just some weeks ago. I need it for my long
distance relationship, as skype alternative. We (me and my girlfriend)
used skype a long time, But I _really_ dislike it, I run a seperate
notebook just for skype (as I don't want to put propriatary software
on my machine).

I'm running Debian stable, my gf runs Windows 7. We use Jitsi for
video chatting over XMPP. Servers are ccc.de for me and jit.si for
her.

We can talk or video-chat about 10 to 15 minutes, after that she
doesn't hear me anymore. Are there any ideas on this? This
is kind of annoying if you have to restart the whole chat (not jitsi
itself, but the chat) every 10 or 15 minutes.

We will also try with the same server, which will be ccc.de, but we
havn't done it yet.

Besides these problems I really like jitsi. It seems to be a really
good alternative to skype, which doesn't work at all some times (on
Linux, as far as I'm experienced with it...)

Thank you guys in advance!

--
Mit freundlichen Grüßen,
Kind regards,
Matthias Beyer

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#3

Hi,

some more information on the topic...

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On 02-03-2014 16:22:23, Matthias Beyer wrote:

I'm running Debian stable, my gf runs Windows 7. We use Jitsi for
video chatting over XMPP. Servers are ccc.de for me and jit.si for
her.

We can talk or video-chat about 10 to 15 minutes, after that she
doesn't hear me anymore. Are there any ideas on this? This
is kind of annoying if you have to restart the whole chat (not jitsi
itself, but the chat) every 10 or 15 minutes.

We will also try with the same server, which will be ccc.de, but we
havn't done it yet.

We tried to create an account on jabber.ccc.de for her (Win 7, 64bit)
but it didn't work. We tried to access an allready existing account -
didn't work either.

Next step is to create an account on jit.si for me, to test it out the
other way round. But as allready reported, the problem also occurs on
jit.si!

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Kind regards,
Matthias Beyer

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#4

Hello,

I faced several times the same problem that is quite enjoying indeed. Video + sound start well during some time (maybe 5 - 15 min) and then sound stops but video is still OK... We move from a ticket to Avatar back to a seat with Charlie Chaplin...
I am using Jitsi on Debian 7 - 64bit and my correspondent use it on Windows 7 - 64bits.
Both our accounts are on jit.si

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De: "Mitchell Langs" <napole@gmail.com>
À: "Matthias Beyer" <mail@beyermatthias.de>, "Jitsi Users" <users@jitsi.org>
Envoyé: Jeudi 6 Mars 2014 09:19:57
Objet: Re: [jitsi-users] Random connection dropouts?

I have the same problem. Does your gf use the 64bit version?
Please report back if you have tested ccc!

2014-03-02 16:22 GMT+01:00 Matthias Beyer < mail@beyermatthias.de > :

Hi,

I'm new on the list, so if this question is not related to this list,
please tell me where to put it:

I started using jitsi just some weeks ago. I need it for my long
distance relationship, as skype alternative. We (me and my girlfriend)
used skype a long time, But I _really_ dislike it, I run a seperate
notebook just for skype (as I don't want to put propriatary software
on my machine).

I'm running Debian stable, my gf runs Windows 7. We use Jitsi for
video chatting over XMPP. Servers are ccc.de for me and jit.si for
her.

We can talk or video-chat about 10 to 15 minutes, after that she
doesn't hear me anymore. Are there any ideas on this? This
is kind of annoying if you have to restart the whole chat (not jitsi
itself, but the chat) every 10 or 15 minutes.

We will also try with the same server, which will be ccc.de , but we
havn't done it yet.

Besides these problems I really like jitsi. It seems to be a really
good alternative to skype, which doesn't work at all some times (on
Linux, as far as I'm experienced with it...)

Thank you guys in advance!

--
Mit freundlichen Grüßen,
Kind regards,
Matthias Beyer

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#5

to create jabber.ccc.de account directly out of Jitsi does not work (at
least never worked for me), I had to do it first using Pidgin or Psi (or
Adium on Mac).

After account was created/connection established everything worked fine
afterwards with Jitsi (this issue seems to be special for jabber.ccc.de
with Jitsi, I have posted it already some months ago, but this issue is
not so important for me).

Normally it is sufficient to have one account at jit.si (to avoid ICE
problems) and the partner uses e.g jabber.ccc.de

so far no problems with Jitsi on my/our side with Chatting/Audio/Video
(using Mac and Linux with accounts at jit.si, jabber.ccc.de, GMX, always
latest nightly of Jitsi)

MS

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On 3/8/14 6:47 PM, Matthias Beyer wrote:

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Hi,

some more information on the topic...

On 02-03-2014 16:22:23, Matthias Beyer wrote:

I'm running Debian stable, my gf runs Windows 7. We use Jitsi for
video chatting over XMPP. Servers are ccc.de for me and jit.si for
her.

We can talk or video-chat about 10 to 15 minutes, after that she
doesn't hear me anymore. Are there any ideas on this? This
is kind of annoying if you have to restart the whole chat (not jitsi
itself, but the chat) every 10 or 15 minutes.

We will also try with the same server, which will be ccc.de, but we
havn't done it yet.

We tried to create an account on jabber.ccc.de for her (Win 7, 64bit)
but it didn't work. We tried to access an allready existing account -
didn't work either.

Next step is to create an account on jit.si for me, to test it out the
other way round. But as allready reported, the problem also occurs on
jit.si!

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