This is not my first openfire install but this time, I’m completely stuck. I’ve installed openfire on a (virtual) server running ubuntu and even in with the most simple setup, I’m not able to log in from any client.
Some installation details:
version: openfire 3.7.1, running on JVM 1.6.0_26
domain: example.com (ok, that’s not the real name, we just use it for now)
servername: “openfire” (tried “openfire.example.com” as well, no change)
iptables allows port 5222 (but there’s no difference if iptables is running or stopped - no firewall issue)
openfire is listening to all network interfaces (see openfire.xml)
Now, when I try to login as “admin” (or any other user), Spark responds with an “invalid user name or password” message.
The credentials I provide with spark are:
(username “admin@openfire” or "email@example.com" makes no difference)
Yesterday, I saw from sparks debug console, that there is a message flow between spark and openfire. I see a response from the server. So I doubt right now, that this is some sort of network configuration issue. (Today, after a restart of the clients netbook, spark won’t spawn th debug console anymore…)
In addition, I can’t register new users from the client, even though it is allowed from the openfire setup.
I’m interested in “the solution” to my problem (of course I am!) and/or some tips on how to debug this problem. The logs didn’t help so far, even when I set logging to debug level.
Update - now, that sparks debug console is co-operative again: this is what I see when I try to connect with spark
Received Message(s):<?xml version='1.0'?>
stream:featuresPLAIN</mechanis ms></stream:features><?xml version='1.0'?>