Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol (previously known as Jabber) is a layer 7 networking protocol for realtime text messaging. It is an open standard with a decentralised architecture, allowing anyone to run their own server. It is used as the underlying protocol by Google Talk.

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Which is the best Jabber server regarding performance?

I'm currently using Openfire and got about 400 concurrent users every evening. My Problem is: 1gb of Memory and two Xeon cores with 1.8ghz each are not enough for it and I'm pretty sure more power ...
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Port mirroring as a Windows service

Is anyone familiar with a port mirroring or port translation tool for Windows (2k8 if it makes a difference)? I have an installation of Openfire that needs to run over 443, however, it doesn't support ...
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Should I specify the SRV record “_jabber._tcp”?

I’m running an XMPP server and have specified the SRV records _xmpp-client._tcp, and _xmpp-server._tcp. I often see that people also specify _jabber._tcp (for example, in Alnitak’s answer), but I ...
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Redirect XMPP with DNS

Is it possible to redirect XMPP using DNS records? I have a domain hosted on a shared host that does not have Jabber support. If possible, I'd like to still have XMPP on this domain, but have it ...
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capture nimbuzz traffic

I need to capture all the traffic, specially during login, between nimbuzz pc client and nimbuzz server. The reason is that i need to debug outgoing packets at login that mark the user visibility ...