[Operators] Need help with observatory non-results

Robert Norris robn at fastmail.com
Tue Jan 13 02:04:27 UTC 2015


I'm currently building XMPP support into nginx so it can act as a proxy
and SSL terminator. I'll write more about it later. Suffice it to say,
its a rather unusual implementation by XMPP standards.

I'm trying to run the observatory against it to see how it looks:

https://xmpp.net/result.php?domain=betachat.messagingengine.com&type=client

What's currently there is the extent of the results it provides:
certificate score, SASL and STARTTLS support and certificate chain.
After a long, long time (hours), it eventually changes to "test failed"
with no further details.

On the server side I see, right at the start of the test:

2015/01/12 19:38:11 [info] 514121#0: *632 client 208.68.163.217:56850
connected to 66.111.4.12:5222 2015/01/12 19:38:11 [info] 514121#0: *632
SSL_do_handshake() failed (SSL: error:140760FC:SSL
routines:SSL23_GET_CLIENT_HELLO:unknown protocol) while in starttls
state, client: 208.68.163.217 using starttls, server: 66.111.4.12:5222
2015/01/12 19:38:26 [info] 514121#0: *633 client 208.68.163.217:56856
connected to 66.111.4.12:5222 2015/01/12 19:38:26 [info] 514121#0: *633
SSL_do_handshake() failed (SSL: error:1408A10B:SSL
routines:SSL3_GET_CLIENT_HELLO:wrong version number) while in starttls
state, client: 208.68.163.217 using starttls, server: 66.111.4.12:5222
2015/01/12 19:38:41 [info] 514121#0: *634 client 208.68.163.217:56862
connected to 66.111.4.12:5222

and no further connection attempts or traffic.

Since I have a few clients that I'm testing with and all are able to
connect properly, its hard for me to see what the problem is. I'm quite
sure its my problem since this is such a weird server, but I don't know
where to start looking.

I'm not sure who looks after the observatory. I'm hoping there's a log
in there that will show exactly what's going wrong. If anyone can help,
please contact me (this address for email, robn at fastmail.fm on XMPP).

Thanks, Rob N.
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