[jdev] Standalong BOSH server in 20013?

Rafał Zawadzki bluszcz at jabberpl.org
Wed Jul 3 14:30:16 UTC 2013


Och, it looks great!

How many traffic did you manage to handle with it?

Thanks for all suggestions to everyone.

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On 03.07.2013 15:07, David Edwards wrote:
> I'm currently using Node XMPP Bosh , which also supports websockets.
> I'm rather pleased with it.
> 
> https://github.com/dhruvbird/node-xmpp-bosh
> 
> 
> On 03/07/13 12:48, Rafał Zawadzki wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> 
>> 
>> I have a XMPP server which does not support http bind (jabberd2) and 
>> I need now this functionality.
>> 
>> One thing which comes to my mind, is a migration to something which 
>> support it,
>> 
>> but I am aware that are also standalone BOSH servers...
>> 
>> However, they seems be not developed anymore, for example:
>> 
>> http://rubyforge.org/projects/rhb/ - 0.2 alpha December 21, 2007
>> http://stefan-strigler.de/jhb/ - This project is being discontinued. 
>> Use at your own risk!
>> 
>> http://code.google.com/p/bosh-servlet/ - this one seems be active but 
>> also needs some coding to tune?
>> https://github.com/twonds/punjab - last commits year ago
>> 
>> Any ideas / experience with mentioned above ones?
>> 
>> Cheers,
>> 
>> bluszcz
>> 
> 
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