[JDEV] AIM Transport Problem

Wayne Catterton ciscoswitch at hotmail.com
Mon Sep 24 00:22:55 CDT 2001


Howdy,

I was told to email here with the XML messages.  Basically, I have the AIM Transport installed on my server, and when I go to AIM Transport to register in the client, the server hoses out with:  segmentation failed (core dumped)

Here are the messages:

from GDB:

#0  0x080598e7 in pmalloc (p=0x81f9ff8, size=52) at pool.c:161
#1  0x08059a79 in pmalloco (p=0x81f9ff8, size=52) at pool.c:194
#2  0x0805d0ba in _xmlnode_new (p=0x81f9ff8, name=0x4017f160 "route", type=0) at xmlnode.c:49
#3  0x0805d6e3 in xmlnode_new_tag_pool (p=0x81f9ff8, name=0x4017f160 "route") at xmlnode.c:263
#4  0x0805e781 in xmlnode_wrap (x=0x8212320, wrapper=0x4017f160 "route") at xmlnode.c:832
#5  0x4016e3be in js_session_route (s=0x81f8f00, in=0x8212320) at sessions.c:50
#6  0x4016ecf5 in _js_session_to (arg=0x8212d18) at sessions.c:309
#7  0x08056466 in mtq_main (arg=0x8145670) at mtq.c:150
#8  0x080819b3 in pth_spawn_trampoline () at eval.c:41
#9  0x08082621 in pth_mctx_set_bootstrap () at eval.c:41
#10 <signal handler called>
#11 0x4006b656 in __sigsuspend (set=0x80906a0) at ../sysdeps/unix/sysv/linux/sigsuspend.c:45
#12 0x401c2e68 in res.1 () from ./dialback/dialback.so

>From Debug Mode:

Sun Sep 23 21:55:49 2001  dnsrv.c:143 dnsrv: Read error on coprocess(1): 0 Success
Sun Sep 23 21:55:49 2001  dnsrv.c:157 DNSRV CHILD: out of loop.. exiting normal

Also I would like to ask.. I have the server setup, and I'm able to chat between users on my server, I can even have someone from the internet login and I can chat with them, as long as they are on my server.. However I heard it was possible to add users from other servers and be able to chat with them, this doesn't work however.. when I put in their JID, it just shows them as offline.. I'm not sure if anything has to be setup in the server for this to work, I thought I saw someone say that it's default.. Anyways this is on my home network, and I am running NAT on a Cisco 2514 router. I'm not sure maybe I have to open more ports to it?  currently I have 5222, 5269 and 7000 opened up to my Linux box..  any suggestions?

Hope you can help.. Thanks, I greatly appreciate it,

Ciscoswitch
Wayne Catterton
Network Engineer
Portland, OR


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