I have setup and successfully implemented JWT token authentication.
Currently I am exploring on using JWT token authentication for all participants.
However, I noticed as long as using JWT token, the participant automatically becomes the moderator.
Participant-A using JWT token, room created, Participant-A is moderator now.
Participant-B joined the room without token, Participant-B is non-moderator and normal user.
Participant-C joined the room with JWT token, Participant-C is moderator also.
May I know how to configure so that only specific participant is moderator (from above example who is Participant-C is the moderator), while other participant is just normal user ?
In order to force all user using JWT token, I configure guest.example.com domain with authentication = "token" and other necessary config which I able to force everyone to present token, but how to make so that not everyone is moderator ?
I am using your plugin, token_affiliation
But still not working, still everyone who using token is still moderator.
I change the log level to info and monitor the log and see that log are correct.
Jul 05 19:11:35 c2s55ffe63c3df0 info Authenticated as email@example.com
Jul 05 19:11:38 conference.xmpp.jitsi.example.com:token_affiliation info skip affiliation, firstname.lastname@example.org/focus
Jul 05 19:11:38 conference.xmpp.jitsi.example.com:token_affiliation info affiliation: member
Jul 05 19:12:09 c2s55ffe635f0f0 info Client connected
Jul 05 19:12:09 c2s55ffe635f0f0 info Authenticated as email@example.com
Jul 05 19:12:11 conference.xmpp.jitsi.example.com:token_affiliation info affiliation: member
In my jicofo.conf, I have already disable auto owner.