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#1395 not broken audio dropped off after 20s alex@… mcr+ietf@…
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At the ASDF BOF this morning, Michael John Koster, who I will CC once I have
a ticket number, got his audio cut off after about ~20s.  He reconnected
(shift-reload, I think), and then again was cut off after 20s.

I expect that this is a local firewall issue with the pinhole for his
outgoing RTP.  Probably unsolveable unless one can force the connection to be TCP.

Yesterday, at TEEP, this also happened to Mingliang Pei, who I will also CC.

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Michael Richardson <mcr+IETF@sandelman.ca>, Sandelman Software Works
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#1400 not broken Sending audio problems - both Linux and Windows alex@… ietf@…
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Hi,

I have a couple of presentations on Thu. In sessions yesterday and 
today, sending audio has never worked, so I'm trying to resolve in time.

My primary question: *is there a test meetecho session where I can test 
sending audio realistically?* The provided test session seems to be the 
hallway, where I can send audio fine (presumably to no-one except 
myself). I see see the wavy plot under my name, and I can hear myself in 
my own headset. But it doesn't emulate a real session, when sending 
audio doesn't work (see below).

On my Linux laptop, there seems to be some weird interaction when I'm 
sending audio (similar problem with Zoom as MeetEcho) where, as soon as 
I send audio, the incoming and outgoing audio become completely 
inaudible (choppy), which causes the whole machine to behave erratically 
for about 40s until it resolves itself, and I can hear incoming audio OK 
again. This started since I upgraded to Ubuntu 20.04 recently. I've 
tried to find solutions to this in the Ubuntu forums, but I doubt I'll 
be able to  resolve this in time (I'd really like to tho).

So I tried my wife's Windows 10 laptop instead. When I access a meetecho 
session, I just get the IETF 108 logo and a dark blue bar along the 
bottom of the window. The login prompt does not appear. I assume these 
are the symptoms of an old Windows Edge browser, which needs to be 
upgraded to the "New Edge Experience". *Am I correct?* However, there's 
not enough disk space on my wife's laptop for that.

So, I think I'm stuffed. *Unless you have an answer to any of the above 
problems.* I don't expect you to tho - these are not your problems really!

I do have a possible way forward - I still have Windows 10 on my Linux 
laptop, from when I set it up as dual-boot. I could try that. (I won't 
be able to access all my Linux applications during a session, but 
perhaps that's the price I have to pay.)


Bob


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Bob Briscoe                               http://bobbriscoe.net/

#1403 not broken Not watching alex@… alissa@…
Description
I’m getting an error at the bottom of the page and I don’t know what it means or why.
Alissa

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