As a general rule, logTag warnings are not bugs.
RTC::WebRtcTransport::OnRtpDataRecv() | no suitable Producer for received RTP packet [ssrc:873299334, payloadType:96]
This is completely normal. It just means that mediasoup received a RTP packet from the client (browser) before the server side
transport.produce() ended. Nothing happens.
RTC::WebRtcTransport::OnRtpDataRecv() | DecryptSrtp() failed [ssrc:461802123, payloadType:120, seq:32416]
May happen when there is lot of packet lost.
RTC::WebRtcTransport::OnRtcpDataRecv() | received data is not a valid RTCP compound or single packet
Does happen when doing screen sharing yes?
RTC::Producer::ReceiveRtcpSenderReport() | RtpStream not found [ssrc:3928907376]
Happens when closing a Consumer. It’s deleted in the server but the browser keeps sending ReceiverReports for it. Just ignore.
RTC::RtpStreamRecv::OnTimer() | RTP inactivity detected, resetting score to 0
What’s the bug there? It just means that the browser has stopped sending a specific simulcast stream (due to CPU usage in the browser, etc). It happens all the time.
Absolutely nothing to worry here. Anyway, please, when you get some “suspicious” warning navigate the code to find where those happen.