I’m trying to set up a jitsi meet enviroment for our small company, so that we will be able to do webmeetings with our customers.
I first tried a single installation (all on 1 server) on Debian.
This worked well till we noticed that in many cases customers aren’t able to join the meeting correctly (no video/audio). Further investigation showed, that this occurs if the customer can only use port 443 to connect outside their network.
So I was looking for a complete documentation how to set up a jitsi enviroment, using 443 in those cases. As the official servers at meet.jit.si work with those customers I guess it is possible to configure it right.
As far as I understood the easiest way would be to have the videobridge running on a 2nd server, listening on 443. I tried this using this guide: A guide to setting up a Jitsi Meet server with seperate videobridges in 2022. - Blog: Semaphor
Didn’t work as expected. Still no video/audio. I couldn’t even get the bridge to listen on 443
I’ve read a few solutions using TURN but none of those worked either.
So I’m a bit lost right now.
I thought that it’s not that much uncommon that companies only allow 443 for outgoing traffic. Guess I’m wrong.
Can some help and give me advices how I should set up the enviroment and wht confirguartion changes are needed?
Running 2 server instances would be possible.