[JDEV] EtherX - What's the protocol?
dwaite at jabber.com
Thu Apr 26 20:24:52 CDT 2001
or, as an alternative:
Do you want to support the jabber 'server to server' protocol on your own server
so it can impersonate a jabber server, masquerade its users as jabber users, and
allow the local users to send messages out to jabber users?
> Just so I'm clear before I make a more full reply, what your saying is
> You have an IM system you want to bridge to Jabber, and rather than
> making a single transport that could be distributed to other people, you
> want to make a transport that you just run on your servers
> in front of your setup. This way admins only have to alias the
> transport to you and not actually setup a transport. Correct?
> On 26 Apr 2001 16:25:02 -0700, Mark Zamoyta wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I was thinking of writing a Jabber Transport to my company's IM system, but
> > the problem is getting the transport installed on 35,000+ Jabber servers,
> > handling transport installation problems, making sure the transport gets
> > bundled in with future Jabber servers, etc...
> > I'm thinking it's alot easier for my company's IM system to "pretend" to be
> > a Jabber Server.
> > Can I just integrate EtherX into my current system? Is the EtherX protocol
> > documented anywhere?
> > I'm interested in any ideas concerning this!
> > Thanks,
> > Mark
> > www.airstrategy.com
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