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Downloaded the latest from CVS (6/4/05) and did a quickrelease ant build. Started up the server and was able to communicate between two computers (iChatAV OSX10.4.1) and (Exodus WinXP) with no problem.

I created a test jabber.org account to see if I can talk to it, but it didn’‘t work. I’‘m NAT’‘d, do I need to open up some ports in my firewall to get this to work? I didn’'t see any calls from jabber.org (athena.jabber.org) or anything from quest (which appears to be their provider from a traceroute).

It appears that I’'m not authorized…

2005.06.04 21:48:46 OS - Trying to connect to jabber.org:5269

2005.06.04 21:48:46 OS - Connection to jabber.org:5269 successfull

2005.06.04 21:48:46 OS - Sent dialback key to host: jabber.org id: 1A7C841E9E270 from domain: clinton-01

2005.06.04 21:48:46 OS - Unexpected answer in validation from: jabber.org id: 1A7C841E9E270 for domain: clinton-01 answer:<stream:error xmlns:stream=“http://etherx.jabber.org/streams”></stream:error>

2005.06.04 21:48:46 OS - Trying to connect to jabber.org:5269

2005.06.04 21:48:46 OS - Connection to jabber.org:5269 successfull

2005.06.04 21:48:46 OS - Sent dialback key to host: jabber.org id: 1A7CB4F2ABFF1 from domain: clinton-01

2005.06.04 21:48:47 OS - Unexpected answer in validation from: jabber.org id: 1A7CB4F2ABFF1 for domain: clinton-01 answer:<stream:error xmlns:stream=“http://etherx.jabber.org/streams”></stream:error>

Is there a server where this will work?

Thanks,

Noah

Hey Noah,

When I had that error it was because jabber.org was not able to connect to my server at port 5269. So make sure that the domain of your server can be resolved and will point to your server and that port 5269 is opened in your firewall.

Regads,

– Gato

The domain needs to be public right? Currently, I’‘m just testing on a home computer, I’'d have to match the external ip address/domain name of the firewall in order to make it work right?

What if I used TLS or SASL (generally speaking, I understand at least SASL is supported yet) can I accomplish this type of relay?

Thanks,

Noah

Hey Noah,

The domain needs to be public right? Currently, I’'m

just testing on a home computer, I’'d have to match

the external ip address/domain name of the firewall

in order to make it work right?

That’'s correct.

What if I used TLS or SASL (generally speaking, I

understand at least SASL is supported yet) can I

accomplish this type of relay?

Currently we do not support TLS or SASL. Anyway, I think that you will still have to make your domain public (i.e. reachable) otherwise the remote server won’'t be able to establish a connection back to your server.

Regards,

– Gato