Chat Server, Ejabbered, Pidgin


(Samuele Cialdini) #1

Hi

I’ve installed NS 6.6, in a windows AD domain.
I’ve enabled Ejabbered Chat Server.
I’ve installed Pidgin client

How to setup the pidgin account to use the Windows AD users ? … it doesnt’ connect neither with NS admin account …

do i need to change anything in the admin page of the Ejabbered server ?

Thanks


(Rafael González) #2

Hello,

I do not use that module, but there’s some things that might be useful:
In the client config, have yo tryed user@domain or domain\user?
What do yo see in the server logs?

Greetings


(Samuele Cialdini) #3

Hi

actually i’m trying with NS admin … it seems to not connect even with this
If I change the syntax , pidgin client rearrenge informations ,

after few seconds also the admin user is disconnected …

the log is:

=INFO REPORT==== 2015-06-30 13:16:40 ===
I(<0.355.0>:ejabberd_listener:281) : (#Port<0.4112>)
Accepted connection {{192,168,10,97},58346} -> {{192,168,10,96},5280}

=INFO REPORT==== 2015-06-30 13:16:40 ===
I(<0.15232.1>:ejabberd_http:146) : started: {tls,

{tlssock,#Port<0.4112>,
#Port<0.4113>}}

=INFO REPORT==== 2015-06-30 13:18:44 ===
I(<0.355.0>:ejabberd_listener:281) : (#Port<0.4115>)
Accepted connection {{192,168,10,97},58352} -> {{192,168,10,96},5280}

=INFO REPORT==== 2015-06-30 13:18:44 ===
I(<0.15236.1>:ejabberd_http:146) : started: {tls,

{tlssock,#Port<0.4115>,
#Port<0.4116>}}

=INFO REPORT==== 2015-06-30 13:28:30 ===
I(<0.355.0>:ejabberd_listener:281) : (#Port<0.4117>)
Accepted connection {{192,168,10,97},58723} -> {{192,168,10,96},5280}

=INFO REPORT==== 2015-06-30 13:28:30 ===
I(<0.15250.1>:ejabberd_http:146) : started: {tls,

{tlssock,#Port<0.4117>,
#Port<0.4118>}}

=INFO REPORT==== 2015-06-30 13:28:30 ===
I(<0.355.0>:ejabberd_listener:281) : (#Port<0.4119>)
Accepted connection {{192,168,10,97},58724} -> {{192,168,10,96},5280}

=INFO REPORT==== 2015-06-30 13:28:30 ===
I(<0.15251.1>:ejabberd_http:146) : started: {tls,

{tlssock,#Port<0.4119>,
#Port<0.4120>}}


(Stefano) #4

I don’t know ejabberd and how it is integrated into NS

anyway, I guess you have to read here:

https://www.process-one.net/docs/ejabberd/guide_en.html#ad

and see how to create your conf file (I guess custom fragments… )


(Artem Fedai) #5

Hi @samuele_cialdini so in jabber account you must write user@your_server_domain in server tab you should write IP or DNS name of your server ! All work like a charm in Jabber!