[Standards] mutual authentication and XEP 178
stpeter at jabber.org
Thu Jul 19 16:45:27 UTC 2007
Justin Karneges wrote:
> On Wednesday 18 July 2007 12:31 pm, Peter Saint-Andre wrote:
>> Server1 realizes that it needs an XML stream to Server2 in order to
>> route some stanzas. So Server1 completes address resolution via SRV or
>> whatever and opens a TCP connection to Server2. That happens on
>> TCPconn1. Then Server1 sends a stream header to Server2. So far so good.
>> RFC3920 says that for s2s there are 2 TCP connections. So in order to
>> send a response stream header to Server1, I assume that Server2 opens a
>> second TCP connection, which we'll call TCPconn2, and then sends the
>> response stream header over TCPconn2.
> Absolutely not. :)
>> I don't know if the spec needs to talk about this, but it couldn't hurt
>> (since it's different for c2s vs. s2s).
> It's the same. One XML document for each direction in the TCP connection.
> However, with s2s, only the initiator of a TCP connection can send stanzas
> (e.g. 'message', 'presence', and 'iq').
I'll have to do some research on this so that I can specify it correctly. :)
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