I am using Wildfire 2.4.0 as the server and Exodus 0.9.1.0 as the client.
I am using the versign 14 day trial SSL certificate, I have installed this correctly after a lot of messing about.
I am using all the default ports.
I have the client running on one PC and the server on another.
On the server I have selected in the security settings that clients are required to connect using a secure connection.
When I log in using Exodus (client) I get a silver padlock in the corner of the window, I was expecting a gold padlock as per conventon (a bit of a side issue) .
OK so thats the background…
However I am not convinced that the client is using SSL to connect to the server. So I thought I would test this by blocking port 5222 on the client machine and try and connect. However I can not connect to the server.
In the server error log is the following line:
2006.01.11 12:49:46 [org.jivesoftware.wildfire.net.SocketReader.run(SocketReader.java:158)
] Connection closed before session established
So my question really is:
Is this normal does the client need to connect using port 5222 in order to authenticate and start using SSL on port 5223
How can I test this is working?[/b]