[jitsi-users] request to be removed from Jitsi mailings


#1

Please remove my email address from the Jitsi mailings list.
Thank you,

bluehouse@hushmail.com

···

On Sat, 01 Sep 2012 06:19:43 +0200 Emil Ivov <emcho@jitsi.org> wrote:

Hey Yannik,

We'd need to see logs [0] for every scenario that you'd like us to
look at.

Emil

[0] https://jitsi.orf/faq/logs

--sent from my mobile
On Aug 31, 2012 11:21 PM, "Yannik Völker" <yannikv@yahoo.de> >wrote:

Hello Jitsi-users

Jitsi seems to have some trouble in networks behind a firewall.
I am communicating to several people via Jitsi and I am gona

describe

where I am having problems getting a direct connection to some

of them.

First of all: My own Computer: I am behind a router but all

ports are

forwarded to me so there shouldn't be any kind of problem, I can

host a

Web server on my box and its reachable from outside. This also

implies

that there should not be a problem with bidirectional

connections.

I have installed pidgin and Jitsi.

Friend 1:
Is behind a Firewall, has not forwarded any ports.
Has Jitsi and pidgin installed.
He is on Windows so he can't use pidgin for a/v.

Friend 2:
Is behind a Firewall, has not forwarded any ports.
Has pidgin

Friend 3:
Is behind a Firewall, has not forwarded any ports.
Has Jitsi

Now the different connections, sometimes in both Directions as

it makes

a difference.

1,2,3: Friends 1-3
I: me
P,J: Pidgin, Jitsi

1J---call-->IP
Fails with "Failed to create OutgoingJingleSession.

me@somewhere.net

does not support jingle or Google Talk"

1J<--call---IP
Works

1J<--call-->IJ
Fails in both Directions with some ICE-error

2P<--file---IP
Works, direct connection, as fast as my upload (XEP-0065)

3J<--file-->IP
Works, but extremly slow (1Kb/s) because it falls back to In-

Band

Bytestream (XEP-0047)

3J<--call-->IP
works

Now the strange stuff starts:
3J<--call-->IJ
Works,
but when adding video (mine does not get detected) I can see my

friends

video and can hear him but suddenly 96-99% of my audio-packets

get lost.

Additional Info Friend 1:
I have captured some raw XMPP-blocks using the Pidgin XMPP-

console. My

friends and my public IP are detected correctly, but also our

internal

IP-s are listed. He also sends some IPv6-addresses.
I have also captured an failed attempt of calling each other via

J<->J

in tcpdump format and will send it to interested developers.

PS: I have already emailed my webcam-problem to this list but

never

recived an answer. Should I resend it as i have accidentally

answered to

an other thread?