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SparkWeb(0.9.0) - OpenFire(3.6.4) - IIS - WindowsServer2003 - proxy

Question asked by breb02 on Jun 2, 2010
Latest reply on Jun 6, 2010 by wroot

I have been reading this forum a lot ... unfortunately I couldn't find an answer to my problem.

 

I have set a messaging server (with Windows Server 2003 and IIS on it) inside my DMZ.

I also have a proxy (dedicated device) ... and all traffic goes through that.

On the messaging server, I have Open Fire installed and SparkWeb on top of my IIS web server.

OpenFire has http-bind enabled and listening on 7070 (and 7443 for HTTPS).

 

When I go local on my messaging server (lets call it im.mydomain.com) ... I can browse to http://localhost and I can login with different test users I have already created on OpenFire ... and I can chat between them. No problems here

If I go outside my organization and browse to im.mydomain.com, I get the login page from SparkWeb, but after I input username and password and press Login:

  - nothing happens. ..the page dosen't change...I still see the login page

  - on my browser I see in the status bar  "connecting to <<what I type into Server textbox>>" ... and after a few seconds says "Done"

  - the login button becomes inactive (i have to refresh the page in order to reactivate it)

 

My SparkWeb config looks like this:

 

     server: "im.mydomain.com",
        port: "7070",
        bindPath: "/http-bind/",
        connectionType: "http",
        autologin: "false"

 

I also tried putting "localhost" or "127.0.0.1" or "MyServerName" instead of "im.mydomain.com" ... no results, same symptoms

 

Did anyone had this problem before?

What is the fix?

 

Thanks for your support!

breb

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