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Re: Re: [SubEthaEdit] XMPP backend

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  • Moshe Katz-Hyman
    Yeah, I know, I m just figuring that with XMPP, you could get all the goodness and ease of use that mDNS gives you across subnets without the headaches of
    Message 1 of 3 , Oct 17, 2006
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      Yeah, I know, I'm just figuring that with XMPP, you could get all the
      goodness and ease of use that mDNS gives you across subnets without
      the headaches of multicast routing.

      Moshe

      On 10/17/06, Martin Pittenauer <map@...> wrote:
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      > On 16.10.2006, at 18:00, m0k4t2 wrote:
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      > > I'm sure that this would be somewhat low on the list, but what about
      > > transporting the BEEP protocol over XMPP? My company has a bunch of
      > > devs on macs, and getting them on SEE would be real nice, but we also
      > > run a tight ship and we don't multicast route, so Multicast DNS
      > > (Bonjour) is right out. We do however, have a Wildfire (Jabber/XMPP)
      > > server. Each SEE instance could connect to the server and others
      > > would then be able to see who is online and talk back and forth, no
      > > MDNS necessary. And it works across subenets and you get encryption
      > > for free.
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      > SubEthaEdit does not require Bonjour or multicast routing to work.
      > You can connect across networks by using the internet windows
      > (Windows/Internet).
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      > If you are working in NATed enviroments you will have to forward a
      > port however. (See http://codingmonkeys.de/subethaedit/faq.html#router)
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      > All the best,
      > Martin
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