I have an OpenFire server up and running with the default settings on a blade running Windows XP.
I have two Spark clients connected to the OpenFire server, and they have been added to each other’s respective contact list.
I can initiate a voice call from either client, and the voice call is accepted by the other client without issue. It initializes the call and says that we are connected. However, I cannot hear the voice input from one client on the other client. I am using two sets of Plantronics headsets, with the built in boom mic, and I know these are configured properly because I can use the Windows internal config tool and see the input entering the system. I can also hear the delayed output of my input.
Are there special settings that I need to enable on the server side to enable voice chat? Are there special settings that I need to enable on the client side to enable voice chat? I am using Windows XP and the most recent versions of OpenFire and Spark.
Any help would be greatly appreciated!
Updated to add: I know the two clients are connected, because I can transmit text messages during the voice call. I just can’t receive or transmit voices.
Message was edited by: Jeremy