[HCoop-Help] Jabber using own domain

Michal michal at hcoop.net
Wed Apr 1 13:35:07 EDT 2009

Thanks for your reply... It would be great if you could write a config
tool: I would be extremely pleased! (I think maybe writing it myself
might be a bit beyond me, but I guess I could help test it)

On the own-daemon theme however I have a question about the
non-standard port issue. I'm not quite sure what I'm talking about,
but I thought that the jabber ports can be discovered by the SRV
record. So couldn't a non-standard port be specified in the SRV record
for my domain?

On Wed, Apr 1, 2009 at 5:55 PM, Clinton Ebadi <clinton at unknownlamer.org> wrote:
> Michal <michal at hcoop.net> writes:
>> Hi,
>> I have read at http://wiki.hcoop.net/MemberManual/UsingJabber that I
>> can have a @hcoop.net jabber address. However, I would like to have a
>> jabber address at my own domain instead. Is this possible? Would I
>> have to run my own jabber server daemon, or it this possible with the
>> standard hcoop.net shared jabber server?
> It is technically possible as ejabberd has vhost support, but we'd have
> to write some configuration tool to allow users to manage their jabber
> addresses. I do believe that the domtool server architecture could
> handle this at the very least.
> Unfortunately you can't just run your own jabber daemon as it would need
> to run on nonstandard ports which would break incoming s2s connections
> from other servers.
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