📄️ Authentication (Secure Domain)
It is possible to allow only authenticated users to create new conference
📄️ LDAP Authentication
This is a first draft and might not work on your system. It has been tested on a Debian 11 installation with prosody 0.11 and authenticates against an OpenLDAP directory.
📄️ Scalable setup
A single server Jitsi installation is good for a limited size of concurrent conferences.
📄️ Reservation System
Support for a reservation system over REST API
📄️ TURN setup
One-to-one calls should avoid going through the JVB for optimal performance and for optimal resource usage. This is why we've added the peer-to-peer mode where the two participants connect directly to each other. Unfortunately, a direct connection is not always possible between the participants. In those cases you can use a TURN server to relay the traffic (n.b. the JVB does much more than just relay the traffic, so this is not the same as using the JVB to "relay" the traffic).
📄️ Speaker Stats
To enable the speaker stats we need to enable speakerstats module under the main
📄️ Video SIP gateway
This document describes how you can configure jitsi-meet to use sipgw jibri and enable rooms in 'Add people dialog'
📄️ Cloud API
The Jitsi Meet Cloud API is a specification for services which can support the integration of Jitsi Meet into other applications, for mapping conferences for dial-in support, and for supporting directory search and user invitations to conferences.