OS: Debian 5
Web Server: Apache 2.2
Java: Sun Java 6 RTE
XMPP Server: OpenFire 3.6.4
XMPP Client: SparkWeb 0.9.0
DB: Embedded database (HSQLDB).
DNS CNAME: xmpp.exchangekeys.info
IP ADDRESS: 220.127.116.11
SparkWeb path: http://www.exchangekeys.info/sparkweb
I set up my XMPP server just fine, until I decided to play with the server-to-server communication right after I changed the host name of the server. Needless to say, I restarted OpenFire, and then I couldn't authenticate back into my Admin Portal OR Sparkweb portal.
I ended up configuring the openfire.xml file (/etc/openfire/openfire.xml) with nano (text editor) and changed the interface back to "127.0.0.1" and then changed the setup from "true" to "false." I restarted OpenFire service, then I was able to run the Setup Wizard, which allowed me to log back into the Admin Portal. However, when I go to my SparkWeb portal, and log in, it seems like it TRIES to authenticate me in, but then it flashes back to the login username/server/password prompt. I ended up reinstalling SparkWeb again to my directory (/srv/www/exchangekeys.info/public_html/sparkweb), edited the index.html (renamed SparkWeb.html) to have the right script (see below):
I can connect to my server via "telnet xmpp.exchangekeys.info 5222" and "telnet xmpp.exchangekeys.info 5229" just fine, so it isn't a firewall issue.
Some reading I did: http://www.igniterealtime.org/community/docs/DOC-1400
NOTE: This is only happening on the SparkWeb side, not the Admin Portal side... I am not using HTTPS/SSL/TLS as of yet.
Any assistance would be great.