[jitsi-dev] No SRV addresses found for _xmpp-client._tcp


#1

Hello everyone!

I installed openfire as a server xmpp and I managed to connect jitsi-videobridge with it. I am on ubuntu 12.04.4 LTS 64bits.
I can request my openfire server with pidgin (create user and loginwith a user) but i cannot connect with jitsi to it.

When I try to create an exisiting user I have an expected error :
[java] 13:51:14.961 Grave: [289] plugin.jabberaccregwizz.JabberAccountCreationForm.createJabberAccount().171 conflict(409)
[java] 13:51:14.963 Grave: [289] plugin.jabberaccregwizz.JabberAccountCreationForm.createJabberAccount().178 Error when created a new Jabber account : user already exist

But if I try to connect with this same user I have this error :
[java] 13:51:45.781 Grave: [303] impl.protocol.jabber.ProtocolProviderServiceJabberImpl.connectUsingSRVRecords().910 No SRV addresses found for _xmpp-client._tcp.remi
[java] 13:51:45.854 Grave: [303] impl.protocol.jabber.ProtocolProviderServiceJabberImpl.initializeConnectAndLogin().753 No server addresses found

Look like a DNS registering error for _xmpp-client._tcp.remi
Is there anything I have to do with option net.java.sip.communicator.util.dns.DS_ROOT.1?

Thanks in advance for your answers!
R�mi


#2

How did you create your XMPP account? Did you use remi@example.com or ddi you just enter remi?

Emil

···

On 24.02.2014, at 15:02, Rémi Gauthier <rgauthier@assystem.com> wrote:

Hello everyone!

I installed openfire as a server xmpp and I managed to connect jitsi-videobridge with it. I am on ubuntu 12.04.4 LTS 64bits.
I can request my openfire server with pidgin (create user and loginwith a user) but i cannot connect with jitsi to it.

When I try to create an exisiting user I have an expected error :
[java] 13:51:14.961 Grave: [289] plugin.jabberaccregwizz.JabberAccountCreationForm.createJabberAccount().171 conflict(409)
[java] 13:51:14.963 Grave: [289] plugin.jabberaccregwizz.JabberAccountCreationForm.createJabberAccount().178 Error when created a new Jabber account : user already exist

But if I try to connect with this same user I have this error :
[java] 13:51:45.781 Grave: [303] impl.protocol.jabber.ProtocolProviderServiceJabberImpl.connectUsingSRVRecords().910 No SRV addresses found for _xmpp-client._tcp.remi
[java] 13:51:45.854 Grave: [303] impl.protocol.jabber.ProtocolProviderServiceJabberImpl.initializeConnectAndLogin().753 No server addresses found

Look like a DNS registering error for _xmpp-client._tcp.remi
Is there anything I have to do with option net.java.sip.communicator.util.dns.DS_ROOT.1?

Thanks in advance for your answers!
Rémi

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#3

Well, remi was the domain (hostname of my machine) used in openfire at setup and in ./jvb.sh --domain=remi

Let's take a clearer example :

1. I create mika@assystem.local manually in openfire

2. I want to create a XMPP user (mika@assystem.local) in JITSI and I get this (expected) error : !plugin.jabberaccregwizz.USER_EXISTS_ERROR!
[java] 17:37:32.712 GRAVE: [17] plugin.jabberaccregwizz.JabberAccountCreationForm.createJabberAccount().171 conflict(409)
[java] 17:37:32.715 GRAVE: [17] plugin.jabberaccregwizz.JabberAccountCreationForm.createJabberAccount().178 Error when created a new Jabber account : user already exist

3. I want to connect a XMPP user (mika@assystem.local) in JITSI and I get these errors :
[java] 17:38:19.591 GRAVE: [20] impl.protocol.jabber.ProtocolProviderServiceJabberImpl.connectUsingSRVRecords().910 No SRV addresses found for _xmpp-client._tcp.assystem.local
[java] 17:38:19.593 GRAVE: [20] impl.protocol.jabber.ProtocolProviderServiceJabberImpl.initializeConnectAndLogin().753 No server addresses found

4. I try to connected in pidgin (mika@assystem.local) and it works I am connected (shown as in openfire).

This is where I am.
Any idea?

Le 24/02/2014 16:47, Emil Ivov a �crit :

···

How did you create your XMPP account? Did you use remi@example.com or ddi you just enter remi?

Emil

On 24.02.2014, at 15:02, R�mi Gauthier <rgauthier@assystem.com> wrote:

Hello everyone!

I installed openfire as a server xmpp and I managed to connect jitsi-videobridge with it. I am on ubuntu 12.04.4 LTS 64bits.
I can request my openfire server with pidgin (create user and loginwith a user) but i cannot connect with jitsi to it.

When I try to create an exisiting user I have an expected error :
[java] 13:51:14.961 Grave: [289] plugin.jabberaccregwizz.JabberAccountCreationForm.createJabberAccount().171 conflict(409)
[java] 13:51:14.963 Grave: [289] plugin.jabberaccregwizz.JabberAccountCreationForm.createJabberAccount().178 Error when created a new Jabber account : user already exist

But if I try to connect with this same user I have this error :
[java] 13:51:45.781 Grave: [303] impl.protocol.jabber.ProtocolProviderServiceJabberImpl.connectUsingSRVRecords().910 No SRV addresses found for _xmpp-client._tcp.remi
[java] 13:51:45.854 Grave: [303] impl.protocol.jabber.ProtocolProviderServiceJabberImpl.initializeConnectAndLogin().753 No server addresses found

Look like a DNS registering error for _xmpp-client._tcp.remi
Is there anything I have to do with option net.java.sip.communicator.util.dns.DS_ROOT.1?

Thanks in advance for your answers!
R�mi

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#4

The domain name needs to be resolvable in the DNS. /etc/hosts won't do the job as dnsjava (the DNS library we use) doesn't read it.

Freundliche Grüsse,
Ingo Bauersachs

-- sent from my mobile

···

Le 24.02.2014 à 17:42, "Rémi Gauthier" <rgauthier@assystem.com> a écrit :

Well, remi was the domain (hostname of my machine) used in openfire at setup and in ./jvb.sh --domain=remi

Let's take a clearer example :

1. I create mika@assystem.local manually in openfire

2. I want to create a XMPP user (mika@assystem.local) in JITSI and I get this (expected) error : !plugin.jabberaccregwizz.USER_EXISTS_ERROR!
[java] 17:37:32.712 GRAVE: [17] plugin.jabberaccregwizz.JabberAccountCreationForm.createJabberAccount().171 conflict(409)
[java] 17:37:32.715 GRAVE: [17] plugin.jabberaccregwizz.JabberAccountCreationForm.createJabberAccount().178 Error when created a new Jabber account : user already exist

3. I want to connect a XMPP user (mika@assystem.local) in JITSI and I get these errors :
[java] 17:38:19.591 GRAVE: [20] impl.protocol.jabber.ProtocolProviderServiceJabberImpl.connectUsingSRVRecords().910 No SRV addresses found for _xmpp-client._tcp.assystem.local
[java] 17:38:19.593 GRAVE: [20] impl.protocol.jabber.ProtocolProviderServiceJabberImpl.initializeConnectAndLogin().753 No server addresses found

4. I try to connected in pidgin (mika@assystem.local) and it works I am connected (shown as in openfire).

This is where I am.
Any idea?

Le 24/02/2014 16:47, Emil Ivov a écrit :

How did you create your XMPP account? Did you use remi@example.com or ddi you just enter remi?

Emil

On 24.02.2014, at 15:02, Rémi Gauthier <rgauthier@assystem.com> wrote:

Hello everyone!

I installed openfire as a server xmpp and I managed to connect jitsi-videobridge with it. I am on ubuntu 12.04.4 LTS 64bits.
I can request my openfire server with pidgin (create user and loginwith a user) but i cannot connect with jitsi to it.

When I try to create an exisiting user I have an expected error :
[java] 13:51:14.961 Grave: [289] plugin.jabberaccregwizz.JabberAccountCreationForm.createJabberAccount().171 conflict(409)
[java] 13:51:14.963 Grave: [289] plugin.jabberaccregwizz.JabberAccountCreationForm.createJabberAccount().178 Error when created a new Jabber account : user already exist

But if I try to connect with this same user I have this error :
[java] 13:51:45.781 Grave: [303] impl.protocol.jabber.ProtocolProviderServiceJabberImpl.connectUsingSRVRecords().910 No SRV addresses found for _xmpp-client._tcp.remi
[java] 13:51:45.854 Grave: [303] impl.protocol.jabber.ProtocolProviderServiceJabberImpl.initializeConnectAndLogin().753 No server addresses found

Look like a DNS registering error for _xmpp-client._tcp.remi
Is there anything I have to do with option net.java.sip.communicator.util.dns.DS_ROOT.1?

Thanks in advance for your answers!
Rémi

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#5

Ok so here is where I am.

I installed and configured a DNS Server (tested with dig, dig -x, ping all OK) using bind9 on another server.
The domain is assystem.lan and the server where is openfire is srvama1.assystem.lan
When I setup openfire I use default configurations, just setting srvama1.assystem.lan as domain in setup.
Just enable external component, launch jvb.sh --secret=XXXXX --domain=srvama1.assystem.lan

I still have an error :
09:57:08.229 GRAVE: [13] impl.protocol.jabber.ProtocolProviderServiceJabberImpl.connectUsingSRVRecords().905 No SRV addresses found for _xmpp-client._tcp.srvama1.assystem.lan

But everything seems to work fine, I can do a video bridge between windows 7 and ubuntu 12.04 no problem.
Soo... unless you have any idea on why this is still there I will consider it is all good and start extending the video bridge code!!

Thanks for helping anyway!

···

Le 24/02/2014 18:27, Ingo Bauersachs a écrit :

The domain name needs to be resolvable in the DNS. /etc/hosts won't do the job as dnsjava (the DNS library we use) doesn't read it.

Freundliche Grüsse,
Ingo Bauersachs

-- sent from my mobile

Le 24.02.2014 à 17:42, "Rémi Gauthier"<rgauthier@assystem.com> a écrit :

Well, remi was the domain (hostname of my machine) used in openfire at setup and in ./jvb.sh --domain=remi

Let's take a clearer example :

1. I createmika@assystem.local manually in openfire

2. I want to create a XMPP user (mika@assystem.local) in JITSI and I get this (expected) error : !plugin.jabberaccregwizz.USER_EXISTS_ERROR!
[java] 17:37:32.712 GRAVE: [17] plugin.jabberaccregwizz.JabberAccountCreationForm.createJabberAccount().171 conflict(409)
[java] 17:37:32.715 GRAVE: [17] plugin.jabberaccregwizz.JabberAccountCreationForm.createJabberAccount().178 Error when created a new Jabber account : user already exist

3. I want to connect a XMPP user (mika@assystem.local) in JITSI and I get these errors :
[java] 17:38:19.591 GRAVE: [20] impl.protocol.jabber.ProtocolProviderServiceJabberImpl.connectUsingSRVRecords().910 No SRV addresses found for _xmpp-client._tcp.assystem.local
[java] 17:38:19.593 GRAVE: [20] impl.protocol.jabber.ProtocolProviderServiceJabberImpl.initializeConnectAndLogin().753 No server addresses found

4. I try to connected in pidgin (mika@assystem.local) and it works I am connected (shown as in openfire).

This is where I am.
Any idea?

Le 24/02/2014 16:47, Emil Ivov a écrit :

How did you create your XMPP account? Did you useremi@example.com or ddi you just enter remi?

Emil

On 24.02.2014, at 15:02, Rémi Gauthier<rgauthier@assystem.com> wrote:

Hello everyone!

I installed openfire as a server xmpp and I managed to connect jitsi-videobridge with it. I am on ubuntu 12.04.4 LTS 64bits.
I can request my openfire server with pidgin (create user and loginwith a user) but i cannot connect with jitsi to it.

When I try to create an exisiting user I have an expected error :
[java] 13:51:14.961 Grave: [289] plugin.jabberaccregwizz.JabberAccountCreationForm.createJabberAccount().171 conflict(409)
[java] 13:51:14.963 Grave: [289] plugin.jabberaccregwizz.JabberAccountCreationForm.createJabberAccount().178 Error when created a new Jabber account : user already exist

But if I try to connect with this same user I have this error :
[java] 13:51:45.781 Grave: [303] impl.protocol.jabber.ProtocolProviderServiceJabberImpl.connectUsingSRVRecords().910 No SRV addresses found for _xmpp-client._tcp.remi
[java] 13:51:45.854 Grave: [303] impl.protocol.jabber.ProtocolProviderServiceJabberImpl.initializeConnectAndLogin().753 No server addresses found

Look like a DNS registering error for _xmpp-client._tcp.remi
Is there anything I have to do with option net.java.sip.communicator.util.dns.DS_ROOT.1?

Thanks in advance for your answers!
Rémi

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#6

Ok so here is where I am.

I installed and configured a DNS Server (tested with dig, dig -x, ping
all OK) using bind9 on another server. The domain is assystem.lan and
the server where is openfire is srvama1.assystem.lan When I setup
openfire I use default configurations, just setting srvama1.assystem.lan
as domain in setup. Just enable external component, launch jvb.sh
--secret=XXXXX --domain=srvama1.assystem.lan

I still have an error : 09:57:08.229 GRAVE: [13]
impl.protocol.jabber.ProtocolProviderServiceJabberImpl.connectUsingSRVRec
ords ().905 No SRV addresses found for
_xmpp-client._tcp.srvama1.assystem.lan

I assume you created this SRV record in your DNS server?

But everything seems to work fine, I can do a video bridge between
windows 7 and ubuntu 12.04 no problem.
Soo... unless you have any idea on why this is still there I will
consider it is all good and start extending the video bridge code!!

Thanks for helping anyway!

Ingo


#7

Hi Rémi,

If you indeed configured DNS correctly, you should get an answer like so:

kiwi:~ olivier$ dig +short -t srv _xmpp-client._tcp.preference.nl
5 0 5222 jabber.preference.nl.

Cheers,
Debber

Rémi Gauthier schreef op 27-02-14 10:00:

···

Ok so here is where I am.

I installed and configured a DNS Server (tested with dig, dig -x, ping
all OK) using bind9 on another server.
The domain is assystem.lan and the server where is openfire is
srvama1.assystem.lan
When I setup openfire I use default configurations, just setting
srvama1.assystem.lan as domain in setup.
Just enable external component, launch jvb.sh --secret=XXXXX
--domain=srvama1.assystem.lan

I still have an error :
09:57:08.229 GRAVE: [13]
impl.protocol.jabber.ProtocolProviderServiceJabberImpl.connectUsingSRVRecords().905
No SRV addresses found for _xmpp-client._tcp.srvama1.assystem.lan

But everything seems to work fine, I can do a video bridge between
windows 7 and ubuntu 12.04 no problem.
Soo... unless you have any idea on why this is still there I will
consider it is all good and start extending the video bridge code!!

Thanks for helping anyway!

Le 24/02/2014 18:27, Ingo Bauersachs a écrit :

The domain name needs to be resolvable in the DNS. /etc/hosts won't do
the job as dnsjava (the DNS library we use) doesn't read it.

Freundliche Grüsse,
Ingo Bauersachs

-- sent from my mobile

Le 24.02.2014 à 17:42, "Rémi Gauthier"<rgauthier@assystem.com> a
écrit :

Well, remi was the domain (hostname of my machine) used in openfire
at setup and in ./jvb.sh --domain=remi

Let's take a clearer example :

1. I createmika@assystem.local manually in openfire

2. I want to create a XMPP user (mika@assystem.local) in JITSI and I
get this (expected) error : !plugin.jabberaccregwizz.USER_EXISTS_ERROR!
[java] 17:37:32.712 GRAVE: [17]
plugin.jabberaccregwizz.JabberAccountCreationForm.createJabberAccount().171
conflict(409)
[java] 17:37:32.715 GRAVE: [17]
plugin.jabberaccregwizz.JabberAccountCreationForm.createJabberAccount().178
Error when created a new Jabber account : user already exist

3. I want to connect a XMPP user (mika@assystem.local) in JITSI and I
get these errors :
[java] 17:38:19.591 GRAVE: [20]
impl.protocol.jabber.ProtocolProviderServiceJabberImpl.connectUsingSRVRecords().910
No SRV addresses found for _xmpp-client._tcp.assystem.local
[java] 17:38:19.593 GRAVE: [20]
impl.protocol.jabber.ProtocolProviderServiceJabberImpl.initializeConnectAndLogin().753
No server addresses found

4. I try to connected in pidgin (mika@assystem.local) and it works I
am connected (shown as in openfire).

This is where I am.
Any idea?

Le 24/02/2014 16:47, Emil Ivov a écrit :

How did you create your XMPP account? Did you useremi@example.com
or ddi you just enter remi?

Emil

On 24.02.2014, at 15:02, Rémi Gauthier<rgauthier@assystem.com> wrote:

Hello everyone!

I installed openfire as a server xmpp and I managed to connect
jitsi-videobridge with it. I am on ubuntu 12.04.4 LTS 64bits.
I can request my openfire server with pidgin (create user and
loginwith a user) but i cannot connect with jitsi to it.

When I try to create an exisiting user I have an expected error :
[java] 13:51:14.961 Grave: [289]
plugin.jabberaccregwizz.JabberAccountCreationForm.createJabberAccount().171
conflict(409)
[java] 13:51:14.963 Grave: [289]
plugin.jabberaccregwizz.JabberAccountCreationForm.createJabberAccount().178
Error when created a new Jabber account : user already exist

But if I try to connect with this same user I have this error :
[java] 13:51:45.781 Grave: [303]
impl.protocol.jabber.ProtocolProviderServiceJabberImpl.connectUsingSRVRecords().910
No SRV addresses found for _xmpp-client._tcp.remi
[java] 13:51:45.854 Grave: [303]
impl.protocol.jabber.ProtocolProviderServiceJabberImpl.initializeConnectAndLogin().753
No server addresses found

Look like a DNS registering error for _xmpp-client._tcp.remi
Is there anything I have to do with option
net.java.sip.communicator.util.dns.DS_ROOT.1?

Thanks in advance for your answers!
Rémi

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#8

Nop! I ll try to do it and let you know!

Le 27/02/2014 10:12, Ingo Bauersachs a �crit :

···

Ok so here is where I am.

I installed and configured a DNS Server (tested with dig, dig -x, ping
all OK) using bind9 on another server. The domain is assystem.lan and
the server where is openfire is srvama1.assystem.lan When I setup
openfire I use default configurations, just setting srvama1.assystem.lan
as domain in setup. Just enable external component, launch jvb.sh
--secret=XXXXX --domain=srvama1.assystem.lan

I still have an error : 09:57:08.229 GRAVE: [13]
impl.protocol.jabber.ProtocolProviderServiceJabberImpl.connectUsingSRVRec
ords ().905 No SRV addresses found for
_xmpp-client._tcp.srvama1.assystem.lan

I assume you created this SRV record in your DNS server?

But everything seems to work fine, I can do a video bridge between
windows 7 and ubuntu 12.04 no problem.
Soo... unless you have any idea on why this is still there I will
consider it is all good and start extending the video bridge code!!

Thanks for helping anyway!

Ingo

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#9

I did what you suggest Olivier:

dig +short -t srv _xmpp-client._tcp.assystem.lan
0 0 5222 srvama1.assystem.lan.

It is all good now thanks a lot!

···

Le 27/02/2014 10:23, Olivier Brugman a écrit :

Hi Rémi,

If you indeed configured DNS correctly, you should get an answer like so:

kiwi:~ olivier$ dig +short -t srv _xmpp-client._tcp.preference.nl
5 0 5222 jabber.preference.nl.

Cheers,
Debber

Rémi Gauthier schreef op 27-02-14 10:00:

Ok so here is where I am.

I installed and configured a DNS Server (tested with dig, dig -x, ping
all OK) using bind9 on another server.
The domain is assystem.lan and the server where is openfire is
srvama1.assystem.lan
When I setup openfire I use default configurations, just setting
srvama1.assystem.lan as domain in setup.
Just enable external component, launch jvb.sh --secret=XXXXX
--domain=srvama1.assystem.lan

I still have an error :
09:57:08.229 GRAVE: [13]
impl.protocol.jabber.ProtocolProviderServiceJabberImpl.connectUsingSRVRecords().905

No SRV addresses found for _xmpp-client._tcp.srvama1.assystem.lan

But everything seems to work fine, I can do a video bridge between
windows 7 and ubuntu 12.04 no problem.
Soo... unless you have any idea on why this is still there I will
consider it is all good and start extending the video bridge code!!

Thanks for helping anyway!

Le 24/02/2014 18:27, Ingo Bauersachs a écrit :

The domain name needs to be resolvable in the DNS. /etc/hosts won't do
the job as dnsjava (the DNS library we use) doesn't read it.

Freundliche Grüsse,
Ingo Bauersachs

-- sent from my mobile

Le 24.02.2014 à 17:42, "Rémi Gauthier"<rgauthier@assystem.com> a
écrit :

Well, remi was the domain (hostname of my machine) used in openfire
at setup and in ./jvb.sh --domain=remi

Let's take a clearer example :

1. I createmika@assystem.local manually in openfire

2. I want to create a XMPP user (mika@assystem.local) in JITSI and I
get this (expected) error : !plugin.jabberaccregwizz.USER_EXISTS_ERROR!
[java] 17:37:32.712 GRAVE: [17]
plugin.jabberaccregwizz.JabberAccountCreationForm.createJabberAccount().171

conflict(409)
[java] 17:37:32.715 GRAVE: [17]
plugin.jabberaccregwizz.JabberAccountCreationForm.createJabberAccount().178

Error when created a new Jabber account : user already exist

3. I want to connect a XMPP user (mika@assystem.local) in JITSI and I
get these errors :
[java] 17:38:19.591 GRAVE: [20]
impl.protocol.jabber.ProtocolProviderServiceJabberImpl.connectUsingSRVRecords().910

No SRV addresses found for _xmpp-client._tcp.assystem.local
[java] 17:38:19.593 GRAVE: [20]
impl.protocol.jabber.ProtocolProviderServiceJabberImpl.initializeConnectAndLogin().753

No server addresses found

4. I try to connected in pidgin (mika@assystem.local) and it works I
am connected (shown as in openfire).

This is where I am.
Any idea?

Le 24/02/2014 16:47, Emil Ivov a écrit :

How did you create your XMPP account? Did you useremi@example.com
or ddi you just enter remi?

Emil

On 24.02.2014, at 15:02, Rémi Gauthier<rgauthier@assystem.com> >>>>>> wrote:

Hello everyone!

I installed openfire as a server xmpp and I managed to connect
jitsi-videobridge with it. I am on ubuntu 12.04.4 LTS 64bits.
I can request my openfire server with pidgin (create user and
loginwith a user) but i cannot connect with jitsi to it.

When I try to create an exisiting user I have an expected error :
[java] 13:51:14.961 Grave: [289]
plugin.jabberaccregwizz.JabberAccountCreationForm.createJabberAccount().171

conflict(409)
[java] 13:51:14.963 Grave: [289]
plugin.jabberaccregwizz.JabberAccountCreationForm.createJabberAccount().178

Error when created a new Jabber account : user already exist

But if I try to connect with this same user I have this error :
[java] 13:51:45.781 Grave: [303]
impl.protocol.jabber.ProtocolProviderServiceJabberImpl.connectUsingSRVRecords().910

No SRV addresses found for _xmpp-client._tcp.remi
[java] 13:51:45.854 Grave: [303]
impl.protocol.jabber.ProtocolProviderServiceJabberImpl.initializeConnectAndLogin().753

No server addresses found

Look like a DNS registering error for _xmpp-client._tcp.remi
Is there anything I have to do with option
net.java.sip.communicator.util.dns.DS_ROOT.1?

Thanks in advance for your answers!
Rémi

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