I have the latest stable version of the Jitsi docker setup and installed on a DMZ. I’d like people from the internet and from the internal network to be able to use Jitsi simultaneously.
If I have DOCKER_HOST_ADDRESS set to the public IP of the Jitsi instance (x.x.145.35) than it works for people on the internet, but not for people on the LAN.
If I have the DOCKER_HOST_ADDRESS set to the private DMZ IP of the Jitsi instance (192.168.1.2) than it works for people on the LAN, but not for people on the internet.
In either instance, the people it doesn’t work for can connect the the web server and enter a room but they can’t see or hear the others (and vice versa).
We are using split horizon DNS so on the internet meet.example.com resolves to x.y.145.35 and from the LAN it resolves to 192.168.1.2.
Is there a way to configure Jitsi to resolve this? Or do I need to reconfigure the firewall to make x.y.145.35 and all the Jitsi ports available from the LAN (ie. hairpin NAT)?
Thanks for any suggestions.