this time, I’m desperate and I’m on the verge of dropping Jitsi and stay with Skype, in the hands of Bill Gates. I’m willing to get away of monopolies, and I’m willing to work harder to configure the bits and the bobs. I spent way too much time trying to isolate the issue on why no one can’t see each other on a videoconference involving two persons only. Two people only. Not hundreds. Yet, it’s a total failure. It’s a nightmare to fix Jitsi. Easy to setup, but a nightmare to debug when things don’t work. Server is not behind a NAT, I have authorized port 443/tcp, 4443/tcp, 10000/udp, 80/tcp, I have followed the official Jitsi tutorial, I tried stable/unstable versions. What could I possibly do to fix this once and for all. Not seeing each other is a damn recurring theme. Why do I have to spend nights and days trying to figure out what’s not working when I have followed the tutorial. I spent lots of time on forums, but apparently, my issue is so unique that no else encountered my problem? I’m exhausted.
So, the server is Ubuntu Bionic with Jitsi unstable, NIGNX, Let’s Encrypt, etc. Client 1 is a regular Mac user at home with no restriction, Client 2 is a regular PC user at work, thus using a PC laptop of the company.
Thanks for your help.