[JDEV] Trouble with local JUD
temas at box5.net
Thu Apr 5 12:59:18 CDT 2001
Using vkhdli08.hda.hydro.com will _not_ work, and that is guaranteed,
because then to the routing layer you have two items with the same name,
how would it ever know where to deliver it to? You also begin to break
some of the general rules of XML, in that you have two elements with the
same id attribute.
If you refer to:
It shows that you do need the subdomain to be a FQDN, although if you
only want private access
to this through a single jabber server then it only has to be resolvable
to the jabberd which will route traffic to it (Read as: /etc/hosts will
If there is still something wrong some debug output from the server
would help (run it with -D)
On 04 Apr 2001 16:27:55 +0200, Ørjan Sandland wrote:
> > Make sure that "jud.vkhdli08.hda.hydro.com" is resolvable, i.e., add it to
> > the 'hosts' file on the machine on which the Jabber server runs.
> Hi Constantin,
> thanks for a quick response, but I've already ruled out this error
> See this section of my original post:
> > > The only localization I did, was to change the jud.localhost
> > > reference and
> > > swap it with my local FQDN for the jabber server machine.
> > > I was a bit puzzled why it was called "jud.localhost" though?
> > > I'd assume it
> > > would only be named localhost?
> > > I actually tried to use the "jud" in front of the FQDN, making it
> > > jud.vkhdli08.hda.hydro.com, just to see if that would do some
> > > magic, but
> > > then it gave me different errors (trouble resolving hostname)
> > > so I removed
> > > that.
> Since using jud.vkhdli08.hda.hydro.com gave me a problem with
> resolving the hostname, I believe that using vkhdli08.hda.hydro.com
> works and is resolved.
> So the problem must be elsewhere.
> Best regards,
> Ørjan Sandland
> Senior Consultant
> Net Technology AS
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