To start I present my network, using NAT :
Internet ====> PUBLIC_IP ====>443 ; 4443 ; 10000UDP ====>LOCAL_IP of jitsi
LAN ====>LOCAL_IP of jitsi
** sip properties **
Host A : PUBLIC_IP MEET.Mydomain.tld in my public DNS zone
Host A : LOCAL_IP MEET.Mydomain.tld in my private DNS zone (yes I manage it inside domain to make some service simply available)
100 MB <> internet connection
VM 4 CPU 8GB RAM
When I start a room from inside LAN, and take a look at logs of my Firewall to PUBLIC_IP and LOCAL_IP of my jitsi server, I see my personal_IP make a connection like that :
Personal_IP to LOCAL_IP of jitsi ==> 443 ===> PASSED : ** ok normal **
Personal_IP to LOCAL_IP of jitsi ==> 10000 ===> PASSED : ** ok normal **
Personal_IP to PUBLIC_IP of jitsi ==> 10000 ===> BLOCK : ok normal it’s block but **Why using PUBLIC_IP ? ** I d’ont want to autorize it cause it will become a hairpin nat…
Is there a way to tell to jitsi “everything’coming from WAN, use PUBLIC_IP and everything’s coming from LAN use LOCAL_IP” ?
Moreover, I don’t know if it is a link with that but when I start a room with 2, 3, 4… I have some lags, and robotic voices somes times, with hash and sizzle.