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S2s issues

Hello, I am getting into s2s testing on the intranet of my company.

but I wan get it to work.

It seems that the servers cannot connect to one another.

2006.02.17 16:16:58 OS - Plain connection to mcmapintra01:5269 successful

2006.02.17 16:16:59 OS - Indicating we want TLS to mcmapintra01

2006.02.17 16:16:59 OS - Negotiating TLS with mcmapintra01

2006.02.17 16:16:59 OS - Going to try connecting using server dialback

2006.02.17 16:16:59 OS - Trying to connect to mcmapintra01:5269

2006.02.17 16:16:59 OS - Connection to mcmapintra01:5269 successful

2006.02.17 16:16:59 OS - Sent dialback key to host: mcmapintra01 id: 7340d7d3 from domain: mcmcmlbo

2006.02.17 16:17:19 OS - Time out waiting for answer in validation from: mcmapintra01 id: 7340d7d3 for domain: mcmcmlbo

2006.02.17 16:17:19 Finishing Outgoing Server Reader. No session to close.

java.net.SocketException: socket closed

  • The servers are on the same LAN and are registred in the local dns as we are under active directory.

Does anyone knows how the server finds his dns servers?

Anyone has an idea on how to solve my problem?

Some additional informations :

Here is the response of mcmapintra01 server when i try to connect from him to mcmcmlbo :

2006.02.17 16:32:28 OS - Trying to connect to mcmcmlbo:5269

2006.02.17 16:32:48 Error sending packet to remote server:

java.lang.Exception: Failed to create connection to remote server

Here the same log time when i do the other way round.

2006.02.17 16:41:00 OS - Trying to connect to mcmapintra01:5269

2006.02.17 16:41:00 OS - Plain connection to mcmapintra01:5269 successful

2006.02.17 16:41:01 OS - Indicating we want TLS to mcmapintra01

2006.02.17 16:41:01 OS - Negotiating TLS with mcmapintra01

2006.02.17 16:41:01 Error sending packet to remote server:

I assume you have made the proper holes in your software firewalls? Since you mention “Active Directory” I assume you are running on windoze, you may want to check that. Also, its probably better to use FQDN on the right side

~tommy

Well both machines are on the same lan and there is not firewall between them.

As declared computer in active directory they are know from the local dns servers.

I read on the forum that you should have the same key on both side. I am using the john doe keys that comes with the installer. Is it correct? Should I do something else?

I have this new message :

2006.02.21 10:12:20 OS - Unexpected answer in validation from: mcmapintra01 id: 6389cf22 for domain: mcmcmlbo answer:<stream:error xmlns:stream=“http://etherx.jabber.org/streams”></stream:error>

2006.02.21 10:12:20 Error sending packet to remote server:

anyone knows what it means?

Message was edited by: LukeMC

My problem was a DNS problem. I installed my test wildfire server on an other machine and that works just fine.

Sorry for the trouble.