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Old 06-09-2005, 03:06 PM   #1
kemplej
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Jabber Message Monitoring


I plan on installing jabber on a linux server for a local school. However before we set it up we need a way to monitor the messages for not school related junk. I have jabber1.4 running on a test server Slackware10.1 and I can connect to it fine. However when I use bandersnatch to connect to it I get a connection refused.

IE:

Client 3 got connect error 111 (Connection refused)

I've tried different ports and different ips in jabber.xml and config.xml.


The only thing I can think of is I have the section to open the port in jabber.xml wrong.

Where should I put these lines?
<service id="bandersnatch.jabber.yourdomain.com">
<accept>
<ip>127.0.0.1</ip>
<port>5526</port>
<secret>bandersnatch</secret>
</accept>
<host>bandersnatch.jabber.yourdomain.com</host>
</service>


Or does anyone have a suggestion on a better software to use?

Thanks

Justyn
 
  


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