[jitsi-users] I can't seem to get XCAP working with my SIP server


#1

Hi All,

I'll start by saying that I'm very impressed by Jitsi. I didn't think much
of SIP Communicator when I tried it a few years ago. Now that Linphone is
no longer working here, I've been forced to look for alternatives.

I'm trying to store my Jitsi contacts on my SIP server via XCAP without any
success. No matter how many times I log in and out, each contact still has
"xcap.resolved=false" attached to it in the configuration file.

I'm using the URI of the SIP server (sip.internode.on.net) for XCAP, and
I've ticked the "Use SIP credentials" box. As I don't receive a subsequent
error message, I'm assuming my SIP server does support XCAP.

However, for whatever reason, the contacts just aren't being stored on it.
Is there any way I can manually check that my SIP server does actually
support XCAP? Also, are there any free XCAP servers out there?

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Regards, Xavion.


#2

http://www.ag-projects.com/projects-products-96/101-openxcap

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On Saturday, April 20, 2013, Xavion wrote:

Hi All,

I'll start by saying that I'm very impressed by Jitsi. I didn't think
much of SIP Communicator when I tried it a few years ago. Now that
Linphone is no longer working here, I've been forced to look for
alternatives.

I'm trying to store my Jitsi contacts on my SIP server via XCAP without
any success. No matter how many times I log in and out, each contact still
has "xcap.resolved=false" attached to it in the configuration file.

I'm using the URI of the SIP server (sip.internode.on.net) for XCAP, and
I've ticked the "Use SIP credentials" box. As I don't receive a subsequent
error message, I'm assuming my SIP server does support XCAP.

However, for whatever reason, the contacts just aren't being stored on
it. Is there any way I can manually check that my SIP server does actually
support XCAP? Also, are there any free XCAP servers out there?

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Regards, Xavion.

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#3

I don't think you quite understood what I meant. I want to know of free
XCAP servers *already operating*. I know I can inform my ISP about
OpenXCAP if necessary. For now, I want to *use* one that's already
active. Let me know if you're aware of any such servers.


#4

Hey Xavion,

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On 21.04.13, 04:05, Xavion wrote:

I don't think you quite understood what I meant. I want to know of free
XCAP servers _already operating_. I know I can inform my ISP about
OpenXCAP if necessary. For now, I want to _use_ one that's already
active. Let me know if you're aware of any such servers.

I believe sip2sip.info have one at this URI:

https://xcap.sipthor.net/xcap-root/

Hope this helps,
Emil

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#5

Hi,

I frequently have trouble with xmpp and otr, when the other partner
uses the Pidgin client. (I use nightly builds, currently
2.1.4579.10796, on Ubuntu 12.04, amd64.) Sometimes messages only go
one way (not always the same), sometimes communication will only work
with otr, sometimes only without.

I just got the error message
?OTR?v2? example@jabber.org/ has requested an Off-the-Record private
conversation. However, you do not have a plugin to support that. See
http://otr.cypherpunks.ca/ for more information.

Is this a known problem? Are there plans to make it go away? Would
logs help?

Cheers,

Benjamin


#6

Thanks for letting me know about that free XCAP server. I'll test it out
when I return home from vacationing interstate.

My ISP has informed me that its SIP server doesn't have XCAP support. This
means Jitsi should have given me an error message when I tried to use it.