If you can , install your own #Jitsi server not to overload public ones.
Step-by-step example (30-60 minutes):
* rent a DEV1-M server on https://www.scaleway.com/ with Debian Buster (7,99 Eur/month)
* disable IPv6 (to avoid bugs later)
* reboot (!)
* note public and private IP
* buy a domain (gandi.net,..), and set public IP
* follow https://github.com/jitsi/jitsi-meet/blob/master/doc/quick-install.md (with NAT)
* reboot and enjoy!!
A single call with two users uses about 10% of CPU.
If you install #Jitsi on your server, edit the file
and comment these lines:
// The STUN servers that ..
Thanks @galaxis and @firstname.lastname@example.org
@FuckOffGoogleZurich Yes and no. Focus on the wrong thing again. You just covered the first, trivial steps; the *difficult* things about operating this kind of infrastructure just really starts right where you kept yourself to writing "enjoy" ..... 😉
@FuckOffGoogleZurich What is the bug(s) with IPv6 ? Say "disable IPv6" when it's the protocol of the future for Internet is a problem, it's better to correct the bug.
If IPv6 is enabled, nginx fails to start and reports
`nginx error 0.0.0.0:443 failed (98: Address already in use)`
-haven't investigated much further though, nor filed an issue.
Server run by the main developers of the project It is not focused on any particular niche interest - everyone is welcome as long as you follow our code of conduct!