- Centos Server 6.10
- NC 17.0.5
- coTurn v188.8.131.52
Hello everybody! I installed Nextcloud Talk and when I try to talk via voice communication with more than two people (on different networks, not on the local network), problems arise: one of my friends can hear only one person, but he cannot hear the third one (the third one also does not hear him). Many different combinations of inoperability.
Problems and freezes when connecting new people to a voice call.
On the Internet, I found a solution to this problem - this is installing and configuring my own turn-server.
According to HowTo instructions: Setup Nextcloud Talk with TURN server HowTo: Setup Nextcloud Talk with TURN server I am on my separate server from Nextcloud (it is accessible all over the Internet, static IP address) installed and configured the turn server. But this did not give a result: as before, it is impossible to communicate normally and stably if more than two people participate in the conference. Problem saved.
I ask you for help in solving my problem.
I tried many different configurations, but all failed. I have so far settled on the configuration from the post above.
here are the settings from my tuneserver.conf file:
listening-port = 3478
static-auth-secret = XXXXXXXXxxxXXXXXXXXXXXxXXXXXXXXXa99cdcec03XxXxXxxx
realm = my-domain.host.ru
total-quota = 100
bps-capacity = 0
testing the turn-server through the NC admin panel is successful (a daw appears when testing the connection)
Port 3478 is open in iptables. When making a call, I monitor the operation of the turn server - packets on the specified port are transmitted, the server is working, but the quality of communication has not improved. Using the turn-server does not give a positive (any) result