[JDEV] transport problems
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
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
> 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.
I do not fear computers. I fear the lack of them.
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