KVM | debian | building a bridge

You did set up a kvm and have one physical interface with IP 192.168.100.121, i.e. eno1? To get a bridge tune your /etc/network/interfaces like this: That means: Yout establish a virtual bridge br0 with ip 192.168.100.121 and your physical interface eno1 is docked on the inner side of this bridge. YOURLAN << br0WITH192.168.100.121<<>>YOURPHYSICALeno1

poor quality after jitsi update

check the js console in chromes developer tools for something like this: BridgeChannel.js:88 WebSocket connection to ‘wss://jitsi.yourmachine.com/colibri-ws/default-id/6e93e6f16131917e//a6a42650?pwd=6iiknuitk9epkkh65n8q2ak1m3’ failed It seems your update process switches you poorly (incompletely) from multiplexing to bridge websockets. Check this: https://jitsi.github.io/handbook/docs/devops-guide/faq Additional hints: In /etc/turnserver.conf you can remove listening-port= Check the external-ip btw. In /etc/prosody/conf.avail/jitsi.yourmachine.com.cfg.lua you can remove the stun and […]