[JDEV] Re: Re: [jadmin] DNS
mborowka at ifaedi.insa-lyon.fr
Fri Jun 15 07:48:54 CDT 2001
Is it possible to actually have a transport on another machine that
the jabber server?
foo.com -> 192.168.1.1
icq.foo.com -> 22.214.171.124
On Fri, 15 Jun 2001 08:06:51 -0400, Mike Rambo <mrambo at lsd.k12.mi.us>
> Assume your Jabber server is named jabber.domain.tld.
> Obviously the machine name itself resolves to that IP - but each
> transport you use must also resolve to the same IP like:
> aim.jabber.domain.tld (if you use aim transport)
> msn.jabber.domain.tld (if you use msn transport)
> etc. etc.
> I think the recommendation is to just use 'A' records to resolve those
> names to IP's rather than CNAME's.
> Once DNS is set up, nslookup should return the address of your server
> for not only the server name itself, but also for the server name with
> each jabber transport your choose to use prepended (if that's a real
> word ;-) as shown above.
> Mike Rambo
> mrambo at lsd.k12.mi.us
> Adam Theo wrote:
> > hello, all.
> > i understand i do not need root access for the jabber 1.4.1 server, and
> > i understand how to set it up, except i want, *need* to make absolutely
> > sure of what i need the DNS info to be. you see, i am on a virtual host,
> > and although i canhave the DNS info of my account changed, it will cost
> > be a bit. so instead of spending $$ to have it changed, just to find out
> > i had it done incorrectly, will, well, suck.
> > so, please, if someone can humour me and exlain as detailed as possible
> > exactly what i will need to do to the DNS info, from beginning to end, i
> > would greatly appreciate it.
> > if i can get this server running, i will gladly contribute it to the
> > jabber community as another server for users to have accounts on. a
> > public server. i will also be using it to do a *bit* of experimenting
> > on, but really what i have in mind shouldn't affect the performance or
> > reliability of the server or system itself, so you can consider it a
> > stable server focused on reliability.
> > thanks all.
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