Continuing the discussion from How to install Jibri on separate server?:
Firewalls and domain names must match, that makes sense. But how would the rest be if this is on a different system. Of course this is needed as well on the Docker host.
But after that it’s simply
docker-compose -f jibri.yml and make sure the recorder username (JIBRI_RECORDER_USER) and password (JIBRI_RECORDER_PASSWORD) are the same in both environments? Is it really that simple? The Jibri instance will simply connect to the main Jitsi instance and that’s all it needs for the setup?
Because then I’ll open up these ports on my desktop PC and test it out. My Jitsi server doesn’t have enough cores to sustain recordings for longer than 5 minutes.