First I’d like to say I’m a big fan of the Jitsi software. Being able to self-host an entire videoconferencing solution is just great!
I do however run into some troubles. When I go to https://meet.jit.si/ and join a chatroom everything is working just fine. Both my camera and audio are working just fine (except for constant 100% cpu, but that is an issue I should address in another topic I suppose).
I have a Synology DS918+ on which I have installed ‘Virtual Machine Manager’ and is therefore now acting as a hypervisor. I have installed a Debian virtual machine on it. On that Debian virtual machine I have installed Jitsi Meet using the instructions for Debian from the Jitsi website.
When I go to the webpage (in Chrome), the Jitsi page shows up just fine. The little light of my camera is activated right away. When I go to the Jitsi device settings, I can see the webcam image is working. Audio is recognized as well.
But I have no video/audio when actually using it, so I cannot see myself / cannot activate the camera.
After a while, I get a message saying that the network connection is lost and it will reconnect in 30 seconds or so.
I have tried getting my laptop on the exact same network as the Jitsi server. I guess that rules out this has to do with network settings.
If anyone has an idea to share on how to fix this I would appreciate it.