[JDEV] Jabber Server problem: Need help
keith at digix.dyndns.org
Wed Oct 25 18:35:53 CDT 2000
The problem you are having is partly due to a client issue.. you are connecting to 10.0.0.3 as your server name (in the client) but you have your server hostname set to "Hal", since it cannot find the host "10.0.0.3" internally, this is why you are getting configuration erros..
One way to fix this would be to connect to the server name "Hal" in your client, the other would be to add the tag: <alias to="Hal"/> into the config section of the "c2s" service. this will allow for this type of Proxying, converting all "10.0.0.3" to "Hal" in the server name... although, I don't believe this has been fully tested, so let me know if you go this route, and it still doesn't work for you.
On Wed, Oct 25, 2000 at 07:37:54PM -0600, Brian Wise wrote:
> >Let's start with the basics... what version of the server are you using?
> >guessing 1.0, so you could remove the reference to mod_version for what the
> >connection to updates.j.o. If you could supply us with debug output (Run
> >jserver with -D) and configuration it will be more easy for us to help you.
> I apologize for taking this long to reply to this. I actually was using the server version 1.0. However, I now have the jabber 1.2 Release Candidate. The error message I am receiveing (When running in Debug mode), indicate a server configuration problem. Here is a little more information about my situation. I have a private LAN set up, so my IP addresses for my machines are 10.0.0.2, 10.0.0.3, etc... I am running the server on a RedHat Linux 6.1 on one of these machines. I have tried to use clients on both windows and Linux to connect to the server. Right now, I am still new to Jabber, so I do not know much about the configuration. I have attached the output of debug mode (bwise.log), as well as the xml configuration file (jabber.xml). Please let me know if you need any more information. Thank you.
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