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OpenFire server IP/servername FQDN in Red5 settings

My setup of Windows 2003 based Openfire 3.6.4 has the server name as openfire.domain.com, while users are setup as jid@domain.com. In the config it is defined as:

xmpp.domain = domain.com

xmpp.fqdn= openfire.domain.com

I installed Red5 plugin in OF, and the red5-plugin.jar in Spark. Unfortunetely the Spark plugin inists on using http://domain.com//… and not http://openfire.domain.com//… so the interface fails. I looked at the red5-plugin.jar properties but could not figure out where to implement the correct path. Any help is appreciated.
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Anyone find the solution ? If yes please let me know…

Same exact issue. The Red5 test URL server.domain.com:7070/red5 …all works great. However, from the Spark client with Red5 plugin it removes the server name and makes it just domain.com:7070/red5 which fails. If I append the server name into theURL it works.