as I asume Spark is not really supported anymore. Hopefully the community knows enough - me not.
It seems a lot of people are having troubles with jingle (audio chat) in Spark.
Some of them have already solved a problem, but did not publish the solution.
So I try to open a new post where we can find some answers, not only questions.
I want to implement IM for internal use only.
I have the problem that the button to begin a voice call does not appear.
Server: Openfire 3.5.1 on Windows Server 2003 SP2
Client: Spark 2.5.8 Windows XP and Vista
Plug-In: Jingle Client 1.0 by Jive Software
Everything is installed out of the box (using the integrated Database and LDAP Directory Server).
Clients are connected to the same network segment (one switch).
Media Proxy and STUN settings are disabled on the serverside. I guess for peer to peer connections there is no need for configuring these settings.
One thing I do not understand ist the description at the Openfire STUN settings:
STUN is a protocol that lets clients discover their network settings, including firewall and NAT device configuration. Use of the protocol is required for clients to establish peer to peer media sessions.
Maybe someone can explain it.
What I tried until now:
Changing some server settings (media proxy and STUN)
Testing different clients (psi and coccinella)
Changing the login servername, servername, servername.localdomainname, IPAdress
Using other ressources
…everything without success.
So now I just have ONE question. What can I do to make the dial function working properly and the dial button to appear? (maybe two questions )
Thank you for your help!!!