[JDEV] transport problems

Erich Zigler needo at superhero.org
Fri Oct 27 15:48:31 CDT 2000

On Fri, Oct 27, 2000 at 04:14:36PM -0400, Brian Lalor wrote:

> > This is built-in to Jabber. I use my server (instantisp.net) and I have
> > people added such as temas, reatmon, etc. that use the jabber.org server.
> > The server keeps the connection open.
> and your jabber server on instantisp.net is not visible to the rest of the
> world?

No, it is visible to the rest of the world. To use jabber.org transports or
to add users from another server your server has to be visible to the rest of 
the world. 

> I've got a server on rtfm.insight.com.  I've created an account for myself
> there (blalor at rtfm.insight.com).  I also have the account
> blalor at jabber.org.  From my client (Gabber) on a machine inside our
> firewall, I log in as blalor at rtfm.insight.com and try to add
> blalor at jabber.org (and I'm logged in there elsewhere).  I never get the
> subscription request at blalor at jabber.org and I see messages like 
> 20001026T19:22:37: [notice] (jabber.org): bouncing a packet to
> blalor at jabber.org from blalor at rtfm.insight.com/Gabber: (null)
> If I try to send a message as blalor at rtfm to blalor at jabber.org, I get a
> dialog saying "A server-side error has occured: Remote Server Error"

This may be because rtfm.insight.com does not have a way to connect to

> Note that I'm using the 1.2 release client server...

Ah, I have very little experience with 1.2RC as of yet. Besides testing it
to make sure it will build and operate fine on *BSD servers.

Erich Zigler                                 

I do not fear computers. I fear the lack of them.

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