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SIP gateway of Jibri #150

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michaelchen001 opened this issue Sep 18, 2018 · 11 comments

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commented Sep 18, 2018

Hello,
I am very interested in Jibri for SIP video gateway. But I feel uncertain with it, can you help me?
I have install Jibri ( on the same machine of Jitsi-meet) with manual , and it works with " sudo systemctl status jibri" .

1, Is Jibri act the rule of MUC. (or I need to config a third party MUC)
2, I want to use a SIP APP Linphone(support video) to Join the conference. How can I use it to call in , Or how can I use the function of "invite people " in jitsi-meet to connect this APP.
3, How many channels can support at the same time with SIP gateway.
4, If Jibri support both voice and video ? So I can uninstall jigasi . ( At the moment , I use Jigasi register to the opensource SIP server Freeswitch)

Thank you very much.

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commented Sep 18, 2018

Hello,
I am very interested in Jibri for SIP video gateway. But I feel uncertain with it, can you help me?
I have install Jibri ( on the same machine of Jitsi-meet) with manual , and it works with " sudo systemctl status jibri" .

1, Is Jibri act the rule of MUC. (or I need to config a third party MUC)

Not exactly sure what you mean here, but I believe the answer is no. We use a separate xmpp server (prosody in our case) which hosts the MUC domain.

2, I want to use a SIP APP Linphone(support video) to Join the conference. How can I use it to call in , Or how can I use the function of "invite people " in jitsi-meet to connect this APP.

@damencho can probably help you here.

3, How many channels can support at the same time with SIP gateway.

If by 'channels' you mean 'participants' then we only have Jibri handle a single one at a time.

4, If Jibri support both voice and video ? So I can uninstall jigasi . ( At the moment , I use Jigasi register to the opensource SIP server Freeswitch)

It does, but I'm not sure it'd be appropriate to fill all cases that Jigasi does. @damencho can probably give more info here, too.

Thank you very much.

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commented Sep 19, 2018

Hi @michaelchen001 ,

For the Point 2, you need to use Jigasi, the SIP gateway that works with Jitsi. You need to configure a SIP account with Jigasi which will be used to call in and out of the conference.

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commented Sep 20, 2018

@bbaldino Thank you, I will try more .

@abhijitnathwani thank you , But jigasi not support video.

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commented Sep 24, 2018

Jigasi does not support video but supports concurrent sip calls inbound or outbound. Depending on your needs you can use jibri and jigasi or just one of those.
For jibri sip gateway and invite service there are some instructions here: https://github.com/jitsi/jitsi-meet/blob/master/doc/sipgw-config.md

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commented Sep 24, 2018

@damencho I followed the instructions here, but they seem missing information. Following the configs, I don't see any add people button. Can you help set this up once and I can help out documenting the steps for others reference.

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commented Sep 24, 2018

Set enableUserRolesBasedOnToken to false. This forces some features to be available only when you provide a token.
I think this should work and without a token, but try it ...

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commented Sep 24, 2018

I have set enableUserRolesBasedOnToken to false for now and keeping other configs as per the doc. I see the Invite button. The Add People dialog is not seen anywhere.

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commented Sep 24, 2018

I take my words back, it doesn't work without a token.
The idea is that without jwt when you use people or rooms search you will expose publicly sensitive information and jwt is a way to protect your services and data by validating the token.

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commented Apr 14, 2019

@michaelchen001
hello sir, may i ask that did you get some new information about jibri sipgw and does it work now ?

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commented Apr 17, 2019

Hi @michaelchen001 ,

For the Point 2, you need to use Jigasi, the SIP gateway that works with Jitsi. You need to configure a SIP account with Jigasi which will be used to call in and out of the conference.

Hello , it seems jigasi does not support video , how can we get video from LinPhone with jigasi ?

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commented Apr 17, 2019

@damencho I followed the instructions here, but they seem missing information. Following the configs, I don't see any add people button. Can you help set this up once and I can help out documenting the steps for others reference.

We should set the enableUserRolesBasedOnToken to false and the add people button will appear.

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