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Setting up the Ejabberd server
Understand which records you should provision on which name servers. Review examples of SRV records to ensure a successful deployment. The client queries name servers for records in the services domain.
How the Client Gets a Services Domain
Depending on the network connection, that name server might be internal or external to the corporate network. See the appropriate version of the Installation and Configuration guide , for more detailed information. After Cisco Jabber gets the services domain, it queries the name server that is configured to the client computer or device. This request enables the client to determine cloud-based deployments and authenticate users to the Cisco WebEx Messenger service. When the client gets a services domain from the user, it appends that domain to the following HTTP query:. For example, if the client gets example. That query returns an XML response that the client uses to determine if the services domain is a valid Cisco WebEx domain.
In order for clients to connect and log in, they need to find the IP address of the server associated with their JID. Similarly remote servers which need to forward a message to a user also need to contact that user's server to pass that message on. Note: How you configure your DNS records is dependent on your provider - many have web-based control panels to allow it.