[Twisted-Python] Jabber client, tls and iqauth

Ralph Meijer ralphm at ik.nu
Mon Mar 18 02:07:59 EDT 2013

On 2013-03-15 08:32, rakdeFR wrote:
> Hi!
> I did some searches about my problem and didn't find any thing that
> match in the archives.
> I'm trying to do a simple jabber client with the twisted framework in
> order to automatically send messages.
> The server is a prosody server, and enabled the tls and iq auth.
> So far, I can connect to the server, and can't login.

Before going into the problem you might be having, are you referring to 
non-SASL authentication [1]? If so, that way of authenticating is 
obsolete since 2008 and all XMPP clients and servers are required to do 
SASL authentication instead.

Does that Prosody server have SASL explicitly disabled? It would also be 
useful to have the traffic log. Be sure to redact (encoded) credentials.

[1] http://xmpp.org/extensions/xep-0078.html


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