Im on Ubuntu
I added 4 spaces to each .com since the forum tells me I can’t post more than 2 links…
so I just installed Jitsi. Works without video/audio since the UDP@10000 isn’t open yet. Can’t do it so I have to wait.
I want to set up authentication so that meet.example. com requries a login and meet.example. com/somemeeting is open to whoever.
I tried following https://jitsi.github.io/handbook/docs/devops-guide/secure-domain but those docs aren’t the best to follow. I assumed that since I’m on Ubuntu I’m also using the Debian Package. (I wouldn’t have a clue where to find those config files if it wasn’t the case since the docs only cover this case.)
so I did:
VirtualHost "jitsi-meet.example. com" authentication = "internal_hashed"
VirtualHost "guest.jitsi-meet.example. com" authentication = "anonymous" c2s_require_encryption = false
I also added
anonymousdomain: 'guest.jitsi-meet.example. com',
I then added
I didn’t add
since JWT tokes are insecure since they usually get saved in some local storage. I want my cookies and sessions.
I have to admit that I have no idea what jicofo is and I never installed it but it seems it’s default.
I then run
sudo prosodyctl register <username> jitsi-meet.example. com <password>
systemctl restart prosody systemctl restart jicofo systemctl restart jitsi-videobridge2 systemctl restart apache2 systemctl reload apache2
just to be sure.
Nothing seemed to change. Why?
Of course I substituted all domains etc. accordingly.