[Operators] Recent Google XMPP Federation problems
arnaud.abelard at univ-nantes.fr
Sun Feb 24 14:05:48 CST 2008
David Horwitz wrote:
> Hi Arnaud,
> Nope also seen no change - not sure if anyone tried to enable google
> apps team addition for our domain - but if they did it was unofficial :-)
> On a related note it might be useful to know from the google team how
> best to report these problems to them, and avoid the frustration that
> was vented earlier in this thread :-)
Actually, i just noticed something bad, bad, bad from google. When
activating Google Apps For Teams Edition, it actives gtalk automatically
for the domain, so i guess the rerouting behavior was understandable in
my case. I just disabled it, and hope we'll see some change in a few
On another note, it would be indeed usefull to have a modus operandi for
XMPP Federation related problem reporting with google.
> Arnaud Abélard wrote:
>> Justin Uberti wrote:
>>> The fix went into production today. XMPP Federation should be working
>>> normally for all domains.
>> Thank you very much for this update Justin. Is it normal that I can
>> not see anything change in the situation yet? Google still seem not to
>> be able to reach our domain.
>> The explanation you gave made me think about the fact we activated
>> google apps team edition on our domain to give it a try but we never
>> meant to enable gtalk for it. Our domain already has its XMPP service
>> running properly with the right SRV entries and all. I didn't think
>> that all our XMPP trafic would be rerouted back to google or is that
>> actually the problem the fix was supposed to, well...fix?
>> Am I the only one not noticing any improvement yet?
>>> On Fri, Feb 22, 2008 at 5:47 AM, Keith Burgoyne
>>> <keith at silverorange.com <mailto:keith at silverorange.com>> wrote:
>>> Thanks for getting back to us Justin. We appreciate your efforts!!
>>> Justin Uberti wrote:
>>> > Hi,
>>> > There's been some discussion on this list about recent changes
>>> > regarding XMPP Federation at Google, and wanted to provide some
>>> > information on this issue.
>>> > The recent launch of Google Apps Team Edition caused a problem
>>> > broke XMPP Federation for some domains. In a nutshell, the
>>> issue was
>>> > that certain domains were being treated as if they were hosted at
>>> > Google, as opposed to being federated with Google. This prevented
>>> > packets from being routed properly.
>>> > A fix has been identified and existing federated domains
>>> should start
>>> > working again soon. The fix also prevents the problem from
>>> > in the future with new federated domains. I'll send another
>>> > when the fix is live in production.
>>> > Thanks,
>>> > Justin Uberti
>>> > Tech Lead
>>> > Google
Arnaud Abélard (jabber: arnaud.abelard at univ-nantes.fr)
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