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Getting it setup on your own VPS literally takes less than 15 minutes (we timed it!).
1. Size your server
First setup your VPS instance. Here we’re choosing the cheapest Digital Ocean VPS with 1GB RAM, 1CPU and only 25GB of storage. Jitsi isn’t particularly storage hungry so unless you’re setting up recording you can get away with a small sized disk. This one was able to handle our 6 person video call with 50-75% CPU usage, 50% RAM usage and 20-30Mbps bandwidth. We wouldn’t ordinarily recommend such a small VPS but for small companies it should be fine:
Make a note of the IP address of your VPS, in our case it’s
2. Setup your firewall
A single box instance of Jitsi Meet will need the following inbound ports open:
3. Configure DNS for your domain name
In the DNS dashboard of your domain name registrar setup a DNS A record for your Jitsi server which points to the IP address of your VPS. In our case we’re using
jitsi.brring.com as our fully qualified domain name (FQDN) and pointing it to the IP address of our VPS
This will be used to setup our free Let’s Encrypt SSL certificate, securely encrypting and protecting our Jitsi server and will also allow us to access Jitsi from https://jitsi.brring.com.
At this point you should be able to SSH to your server by DNS name if DNS is correctly setup.
It can take some time for DNS to propagate but in our case it was almost instant.
/etc/hosts file on your VPS to point to your new domain with
vi /etc/hosts or
nano /etc/hosts (if you must).
Next update the hostname in
/etc/hostname. Set it to the first part of the fully qualified domain name which in our case is:
Reboot your VPS for the hostname changes to take effect.
4. Installing Jitsi
First add the Jitsi repository key onto your system by running from the command line:
Next we’ll create a sources.list.d file with the Jitsi repository. We’re using
stable but if you want to switch to the
unstable branch simply swap
stable and run:
Update your package list with the below:
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Now we install the Jitsi-Meet meta package itself which includes all of its components:
Enter the FQDN of your VPS instance. In our case it’s
We’ll say yes to Generate a new self-signed certificate – we will get a chance to generate a proper Let’s Encrypt certificate shortly:
5. Setup Let’s Encrypt
Jitsi comes with a handy script to setup Let’s Encrypt – simply run from the command line:
You’ll be asked for an email – Let’s Encrypt will use this to automatically send you expiry notices when your certificate is coming up for renewal.
Provided your DNS settings are correct and have propagated (it can take a few hours absolute worst case) your SSL certificate should have successfully generated.
If not, wait and re-run the script.
6. Test it out
With all that done, testing is simple – simply visit your new domain which in our case is
https://meet.brring.com and start your first Jitsi video conference call:
If you’d like us to setup a similar solution or a server with your own branding feel free to get in touch.