Thanks for the confirmation.
I do not use any 3rd party account, only my server and users of my
servers. I do not have any other 3rd party contact on Jitsi android
In any case keep up the great work. I hope that the Android Client gets
wider user base.
On Wed, Nov 20, 2013, at 03:01 AM, Emil Ivov wrote:
I was about to say that. If you are using a jit.si account then the
packets you see there are your XMPP traffic.
If you don't, then we are just making STUN queries to that service in
order to assist you with NAT traversal.
On Wed, Nov 20, 2013 at 11:35 AM, Ingo Bauersachs <email@example.com> wrote:
>> On Wed, Nov 20, 2013 at 7:37 AM, bilgici <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>>> Thanks for the android client, it seems like it is working fine for the
>>> alpha. And it is very exciting development in my view as a user. However
>>> I see that this application is calling home " 184.108.40.206" (sent 4
>>> packets totaling 288 bytes for one call) . Can someone shed some light
>>> on why it is calling home and what kind of data is transmitted? On the
>>> otherhand it never asked me if I want to send data to the devs (the
>>> sending log option is off). I am just going to block this ip from now
>>> on. I doubt it is malicious however it probably is not welcome by most
>>> users, especially when it is a hidden behaviour.
>> We are not sending any data anywhere. Logs can be send only on demand
>> using "send logs" option in main menu. What provider do you use ? What
>> do you mean by "home" ?
> The IP he posted belongs to us, stun.jitsi.net and jit.si run there. Given
> the packets are call related, it's probably just STUN in action.
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