[Twisted-Python] jabber sasl and TLS
natester at gmail.com
Fri Jul 1 19:40:42 EDT 2005
Ok I patched the latest twisted with those patches from the bug, and
this is the code that I use to try to login.
from twisted.words.protocols import jabber
from twisted.xish import xmlstream
from twisted.words.protocols.jabber import client, jid
from twisted.internet import reactor, defer
def __init__(self, who, myjid):
self.jid = jid.JID(myjid)
self.who = who
def connect(self, passwd, port=5223):
self.factory = client.jabberClientFactory(self.jid, passwd)
self.connector = reactor.connectTCP(self.jid.host, port, self.factory)
def onAuthSuccess(self, stream):
print "%s: Successful connection" % (self.who)
self.stream = stream
def onAuthFailed(self, stream):
print "%s: Failed connection" % (self.who)
c1 = Connection('1', 'test at domain.com/res1')
jabberd 2.0s8 (on linux with openssl 0.9.7d) complains with this error:
C2S : Fri Jul 1 17:20:55 2005 [notice]  [10.1.2.111, port=49443]
error: SSL handshake error (error:140760FC:SSL
C2S : sx (sx.c:55) allocated new sx for 6
C2S : Fri Jul 1 17:21:47 2005 [notice]  [10.1.2.111, port=49444] connect
The server is setup to do TLS auth only on port 5223.
On 7/1/05, Nathaniel Haggard <natester at gmail.com> wrote:
> Where is the code now and can I help you by using it?
> On 7/1/05, Ralph Meijer <twisted at ralphm.ik.nu> wrote:
> > On Fri, Jul 01, 2005 at 09:37:46AM -0600, Nathaniel Haggard wrote:
> > > What is the status of the sasl TLS jabber authenticator? There is
> > > this code from about a month ago:
> > > http://bfs.itlab.musc.edu/pubcvs/viewcvs.cgi/tofu/saslclient.py#rev1.6,
> > > but it does not include TLS.
> > Yes, tofu has submitted this code, and I, the maintainer of the Jabber
> > pieces in Twisted, am looking at integrating this. However, to do this
> > right, there are some fundamental changes necessary in Xish and the
> > Jabber module. I'm working on this, and will update the bug with
> > progress.
> > If you have any more questions, do ask in this list.
> > --
> > Groetjes,
> > ralphm
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