[ejabberd] What to do for S2S to Gtalk
badlop at gmail.com
Wed Feb 9 19:37:49 MSK 2011
2011/2/3 Santiago Gaviria <sgaviria at gmail.com>:
> I've read that s2s to Gtalk works out-of-the-box with ejabberd;
If you install, configure and start ejabberd to serve gaviria.net,
then you have an XMPP server serving the domain gaviria.net
Google developed and runs a XMPP server serving the domain gmail.com
When that is clear, now look at the second and third images in
The lines _____ are c2s: a user has a client connecting to his server.
The lines _ _ _ are s2s: a server connects to another server to
forward a message (for example).
> I've also
> read in the guide about s2s configurations. However I still don't get how to
> initiate a connection with an external server, Gmail in this case, and what
> is it that I get from then on.
When a user in your server sends a message to a gmail user, then your server
tries to connect to gmail, and then sends him the message.
> After the connections is established, is it then possible for a user to
> connect to her Gtalk account thru ejabberd's BOSH connection, and receiving
> Gtalk's roster?
That has no sense.
> I'm sure it would be of great help to many people out there trying to do the
> same thing, if we've got a more detailed description of how this connection
> is achieved configuration-wise, especially with self-signed certificates.
> Maybe all of this is pretty straightforward, but I'm completely new to
> ejabberd and Jabber in general.
> ejabberd mailing list
> ejabberd at jabber.ru
More information about the ejabberd