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Re: [vox] internal access to jabberd by name
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Re: [vox] internal access to jabberd by name

How are you doing the Internet gateway?  That can have
an effect on how name resolution works, paticularly if
you are using NAT.


tlburnett@ucdavis.edu wrote

> I'm having similar problems with running my own
jabberd server.  Outside 
> users can connect fine, but from the inside I can't
connect to it.
> The worst part about Jabber is that it's tied to DNS,
so I have to setup 
> my internal hosts file to point to it.  But QT has a
bug on Windows that 
> makes it not read the system's hosts file.  My fault
for using Windows on 
> occausion, I know :).
> Mmm CTF... I've been playing that a lot lately.  I've
been too lazy to 
> install Rocket Arena in Linux yet.
> -Tom
> tlburnett@ucdavis.edu
> > heh.  it only took me about a fraggin YEAR to
figure out that quake3
> > server uses udp, not tcp, for network play.  DOH!
> > 
> > if anyone is interested in playing some quake3, let
me know and i'll set
> > up the server.   my prefered game is capture the
flag, but i also like
> > the space-like free for all maps.
> > 
> > i'll be home all day working on my monte carlo
simulations.   feel free
> > to email me if anyone wants to play.   bill?  doug?
 steve?   anyone
> > else with quake3?   :)
> > 
> > pete
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