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Integrating with Jitsi Meet


Jitsi Meet is an open source WebRTC application. It is an easy way to get started with building a scalable WebRTC-based communication service.

WebRTC conference star topology

Star topology: Jitsi Video Bridge behaves as a Selective Forwarding Unit (SFU).

Integration Steps

Jitsi Meet Web Client

If you are installing the jitsi-meet using the via debian package (e.g., apt-get), the config file needs to be updated to enable callstats.

$ sudo apt-get update
$ sudo apt-get -y install jitsi-meet
$ vi /etc/jitsi/meet/hostname-config.js

In the config file uncomment the lines related to

// To enable sending statistics to you should provide Applicaiton ID and Secret.
    callStatsID: "", //Application ID for API
    callStatsSecret: "" //Secret for API

To build from Jitsi Meet from source, the instructions are detailed in the file and the same lines related to callstats in config.js need to be updated.

Jitsi Video Bridge (JVB) library is already integrated into the Jitsi Videobridge. It is an essential server component of the Jitsi Meet client and would not work without the bridge. With the library, WebRTC developers using Jitsi products can now monitor WebRTC traffic also from the Jitsi Videobridge.

To enable callstats on JVB, the following properties needs to be set in /etc/jitsi/videobridge/, also documented on JVB’s Github page.

# the callstats credentials

# the id of the videobridge

# enable statistics and callstats statistics and the report interval

If you make any changes to this file, then make sure you restart the videobridge ($ /etc/init.d/jitsi-videobridge restart). Bridge Logs stores callstats bridge logs and they are located at /var/log/jitsi/{yyyy-mm}/. The name of the log is cs-MM-DD-YYYY-#.log.gz. Please include callstats bridge log when requesting support on issues related to the bridge.

Reference Implementation

Details of the API are documented at


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