I’m a total jitsi newbie. I’ve followed all steps to install jitsi-meet on a cloud vm (Ubuntu 18.04) and things went smooth until I had a conflict with nginx and coturn for port 443.
My understanding is that port 443 is preferred for TURN, but on a jitsi-meet installation, the same port is used by the web server for providing the meet client via HTTPs. coturn should fall back to 4443 but this didn’t happen. Even after restarting the VM, coturn started and grabbed port 443, while nginx failed complaining that could not bind the port.
I’m not sure on how to proceed, since I didn’t touch anything on the standard install and it seems it does not work out of the box.
Second question: assuming I’ll have to scale out, my idea is to have a meet server and multiple videoserver2 servers. I’ve watched the tutorial for this, but it is not clear to me where is coturn positioned in this setup: on the meet server? Or on each videoserver (i.e. multiple turn server running on different hosts)?
Assuming I stop the videoserver on the meet machine, would this solve the contention for port 443?
Thanks a lot for your help!