[JDEV] new RFC draft
dave at dave2.dave.tj
Fri Feb 1 11:30:32 CST 2002
I was going to reply to you directly rather than waste a group message, but
I can't, because your email addy isn't mentioned anywhere in the message,
and it's been obliterated from the headers, as well :-(
Anyway, I have a stupid question:
Did you try connecting to another server that has SSL for s2s setup, or did
you try to chat with a j.o user? I don't believe j.o has s2s over SSL
enabled, so that might explain why "5270 [doesn't appear to be] listening."
Dave Cohen <email/JID:dave at dave.tj>
> Looks good, nice lot of information there.
> Quick question, I noticed you mention you can use SSL for S2S
> communication. How does this work?
> 5.1 SSL
> Hosts can optionally support normal SSL  connections for added
> security on port 5223 for node connections and 5270 for server
> I tried the following but port 5270 isn't listening. Also I have
> successfully compiled SSL support and I'm using this for clients. I'm
> using the CVS version of jabber2, checked out on Jan 17th.
> <service id="s2s">
> <dialback xmlns='jabber:config:dialback'>
> <ip port="5269">your.ip.address</</ip>
> <ssl port="5270">your.ip.address</ssl>
> Peter Saint-Andre wrote:
> > I have posted a *preliminary draft* of the new RFC that the Jabber
> > Software Foundation plans to submit to the IETF as an Informational RFC in
> > order to document the Jabber protocols. Your feedback is most welcome.
> > JDEVers, please note that discussion is taking place on the standards-jig
> > mailing list, I'm cross-posting this message to JDEV just to keep you in
> > the loop. You can sign up for the standards-jig list here:
> > http://mailman.jabber.org/listinfo/standards-jig/
> > The RFC is here:
> > http://foundation.jabber.org/jabber-rfc.txt
> > Happy Jabbering!
> > Peter
> > --
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