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I have 3 server at 3 locations. All 3 have the same basic settings. Im.domainname.com I have open the 5269 (TCP) port on the routers (2 Cisco and 1 Watchguard). I can telnet between each other them on port 5269 and have it connect to the Openfire server. I have enter all the domains into each others (White List) allowed Connections. Check the serivce was enabled for port 5269, Secuirty was Set to Optional. I enter the user name into Spark as username@im.domainname.com and username@domainname.com. Nothing comes up.

Thanks everyone for the help,

Eric

Hi Eric,

which names did you use for the three servers?

im1.example.com, im2.example.com and im3.example.com or im.example.com for all servers?

If you use one name for all servers then s2s connections will likely not work.

LG

Thanks LG.

im.company1.com

im.company2.com

Eric

Hi Eric,

I just wanted to post a link to Server To Server HowTo’s.

I assume that you are "eric@im.company1.com" and try to send a message to "john@im.company2.com" using Spark. This should work as expected, otherwise you should see errors in the Openfire log files.

LG

What kind of error am I looking for? Error.log right?

Thanks for the Help,

Eric

Hi Eric,

http://im.company1.com:9090/logviewer.jsp and http://im.company2.com:9090/logviewer.jsp should display the error log files. You could also enable the debug mode and it may be more easy to track the changes using “tail -f logs/*.log” and not the admin console.

LG