[HCoop-Help] Jabber using own domain

Michal michal at hcoop.net
Thu Apr 2 07:31:26 EDT 2009

In fact, I have now found http://www.jms1.net/jabberd2/ that does seem
to suggest that you can use any port for both client and server
connections using SRV records. If I'm understanding it correctly,
would this be possible on hcoop? (And also, would I be allowed to have
some ports for my own Jabber daemon?)


On Wed, Apr 1, 2009 at 6:35 PM, Michal <michal at hcoop.net> wrote:
> 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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