One wild guess would be that somehow multiple audio devices are being detected and it’s playing the audio through that but it’s not actually audible. We just use the first audio device returned by the code. Does you hear the phone ringing as well? Can you run this on chrome and firefox and post the results? https://www.webrtc-experiment.com/DetectRTC/
Did make a video of this a bit ago, i can hear the phone ring, i can hear the soundboard, but when the line answers no audio, tried on vm’s, my pc. my laptop, my phone, all the same
I just unlocked your main account. If you use that one I can look at the debug information. These are all on the same network?
yes they are al on the same network, il log on and make some calls
made some calls
I see them. They look okay but I don’t see your internal ice candidate addresses. That may or may not be important. Do you know how to use the developer console in chrome or firefox? If so, I can turn debugging for you and we can look at the output.
I’ve been following this thread for awhile now as I am having the same issues and have had it for a few weeks. I have exactly the same problem as Blade but I am on a different OS.
Google Chrome: Version 62.0.3202.94 (Official Build) (64-bit)
OS: Windows 7 64Bit Home
I am having the same problem. i recently updated my sound card drivers because my microphone wasnt working and when i came back to make a phone call all i can hear is the soundbord and the ringing. i whent to my audio options while in a call and i saw that the call audio was being played from the SPDIF interface and while the other sounds were being played over the speakers. I set my speakers as the default audio device and still the same problem, Im still trying to find a solution but anything will help.
Same thing is happening here, I updated my monitor and the next thing I know firertc doesn’t work anymore.