[jdev] XMPP questions

Ruff, Rob rruff at SCIRES.COM
Tue Feb 14 21:11:56 UTC 2012

Peter Saint-Andre wrote:
>>     __-          __Is a DNS required to use XMPP, in particular for the
>>     server to server connections?  I have played around with using the
>>     hosts file and I can’t seem to get that to work.
>> Formally, yes. If you want to interface with outside XMPP providers such
>> as jabber.org <http://jabber.org> or Google, also yes. In practice, no,
>> but there are some conditions you have to meet. Specifically, in order
>> for server A and B to communicate by S2S, both servers must have host
>> entries for themselves and each other, which exactly match the XMPP
>> domain name each is serving.
>The original poster could also run his servers at IP addresses rather
>than fully qualified domain names. In that sense, DNS is not required.

How would I go about doing this? Is this part of the server configuration?


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