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Red5 with Service Location records

I’m trying to get the red5 plugin working in spark, but I use a srv record to make my jid come out to our domain name. How can I get the red5 plugin to connect to the server without host entries? The plugin wants to go to whatever you have defined as the host name which is xxxxxx.com instead of the true host name. Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks,

Tim

I really need this to work. How can I change the url from a domain name to a server name?

Looks like the issue I’m having is the red5 server plugin pulls it’s server name from xmpp.domain. I need to customize this to the actual server name. Is there anyway to change this?

I’ve got this same issue as well, any way to make the red5 plugin work when you have SRV records that point to your jabber server?

Thats a very good question. Unfortunately, I don’t have a ready answer. The issue of SRV records has come up before and maybe its time I got some educated on how it works and make the required changes

I have the same problem. I’m searching for a solution in the forums but havn’t found one yet.

Cheers,

Eric

Hi Dele, seems like this issue’s appearing from time to time on the forums, I’d be willing to do the necessary work to get this working . Is there any info you know of which might help me make a start?

A good place to start is _http://bhavin.directi.com/understanding-srv-records/

To do SRV lookup in Java from client with smack _http://www.igniterealtime.org/builds/smack/docs/latest/javadoc/org/jivesoftware/ smack/util/DNSUtil.html#resolveXMPPServerDomain(java.lang.String

to do SRV lookup in Java from server with Openfire

_http://www.igniterealtime.org/builds/openfire/docs/latest/documentation/javadoc/ org/jivesoftware/openfire/net/DNSUtil.html#resolveXMPPServerDomain(java.lang.Str ing,%20int

That would be great Leon!

Eric