Hello, I was installed from jitsi debian repo de jitsi-meet package, then I configure the jicofo and videobridge to connect to my central OpenFire XMPP Server, the components is working great, but when i browse to jitsi-meet internal web, then the autentication works well, but say that is not authorized (in console js using chrome) to create a.
WebRTC + XMPP = <3
WebRTC is a free, open project that provides browsers and mobile applications with real-time communications capabilities.
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Jingle, the XMPP framework for establishing p2p sessions, makes for a great pairing with WebRTC.
XMPP is particularly a great fit with WebRTC in settings where there is a desire to pair WebRTC audio/video calls with text chat, but the advantages of XMPP
Because WebRTC is a peer-to-peer protocol, multi-user experiences become exponentially complex. Pairing a WebRTC service with XMPP allows developers to dramatically reduce this complexity.
Projects using WebRTC with XMPP
There are many people pairing WebRTC with XMPP.
The Jitsi Videobridge uses the COLIBRI XEP to manage connections and conference mixing.
Jitsi Meet is an open source instant videoconferencing web application, which uses XMPP.
Combining Jitsi videobridge and Jitsi Meet into a single package, Openfire Meetings makes WebRTC video conferences simple to deploy and use.
Otalk is an open-source platform for building realtime applications using XMPP. Talky is an example of an application built using these libraries.
Jitsi Openfire Plugin
Jitsi does not natively support breakout rooms (e.g. see #4787 and #5550); however there are various solutions for this functionality built on top of Jitsi:
Openfire Jitsi Client
|Name||License||Cost model||Admin can move participants||Comments|
|'DIY' - manually combine Jitsi with other comms tools||Depends on what you use||Depends on what you use||No||Not a great solution, since no native integration; everyone needs to follow a pre-agreed workflow and which Jitsi rooms to use, e.g. https://meet.jit.si/<eventname>-<roomname>|
|Veertly||Apache 2.0||Cannot currently be self-hosted as it requires firebase (also SaaS - free for now?)||No||Try the online demo|
|Wurk.app||Apache 2.0||Open Source||Yes||Original comment Uses a Main room. The meeting host can add unlimited other rooms and move web-based participants to them. Moving participants away from the main room is not yet supported on mobile. Supports timeboxes and broadcast messages. Meeting hosts can unmute / mute others. Wurk uses a self hosted Jitsi meet installation|
|VideoFacilitator||Proprietary SaaS||Subscription (see pricing)||?||Issues with navigating rooms on mobile?|
|Plugin for Openfire Meetings||Apache 2.0||Free (self-hosting)||?||More info here|