@dafyre I'm doing root beer lol
I did that last weekend. I'm up set though... Nowhere around here has A&W On tap.
I'm an IT jack of all trades...
I have a bit of experience in Software Development (PHP / HTML / CSS / jQuery / mySQL), Windows Server 2003+, Various Linux and Virtualization Flavors, and non-IPOD SAN setups.
Debating on grabbing another cup of coffee ...
Never too late, or early... I've switched up about 4 hours ago though. I'm back on coke.
See I had a soda during lunch but Im still debating on grabbing more coffee. I'm on call this evening so I guess it makes sense to keep drinking coffee.. Or maybe its just a really good excuse.
Either way, ha ha.
I use the free/hosted Invoice Ninja right now, as I've never needed more than that, but I would definitely upgrade to the paid platform as soon as I do.
This might be overcomplicating things... but what about setting it up behind an nginx setup on the same server as jitsi, and then use your main nginx proxy to forward to the jitsi nginx?
Why would that work vs. the normal reverse proxy? If you have a problem and make two of the same problem it doesn't solve the issue I would think. I'm actually asking, not being a dick.
I'm not sure that it would. I'm going to try it on mine in a bit. But sometimes having a proxy on a different machine can cause random problems for things that like to use a lot of open ports -- that's been my experience.