Hello All –
I thought I had this all working, but seemingly there is still an issue with communications.
Openfire 3.3.0 running internally. Firewall ports opened on 5269 and 5222/3. “Server Name” setup as “[domain].com” so that JID’'s will match email addresses, @[domain].com.
Whitelist permits S2S with gmail.com
Following relevant DNS records are setup…
chat IN A
jabber.tcp.[domain].com. IN SRV 5 0 5269 chat.[domain].com.
xmpp-server.tcp.[domain].com. IN SRV 5 0 5269 chat.[domain].com.
xmpp-client.tcp.[domain].com. IN SRV 5 0 5222 chat.[domain].com.
I added my own personal Google Talk account to my Spark Roster, approved the invitation from within Gmail, and all seems fine. I can chat with myself no problem.
Under server sessions in admin console, I do see a two-way connection established for Gmail.com … so all seems fine here too.
However, a number of other Google Talk users who are on my roster, and who’'s presence I am able to see, swear they do not see me as online, nor do they see an invitation request. They have sent me screenshots to confirm.
One of my friends, who is logged into Google Talk via Gmail.com does not receive my messages in a chat window, but instead as offline messages.
Any one else experience any similar issues?