[jitsi-issues] [JIRA] Commented: (JITSI-950) MSN Fails to connect
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Tue Aug 2 09:01:38 CEST 2011
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damencho commented on JITSI-950:
@carragom: When using java-jml can you say which version of msn protocol it uses to connect!
If the problem comes from multisession msn connections, then I must say that nor java-jml, respectivly Jitsi don't support msn multisession connections as both support up to protocol version msnp15 which don't have it. Support for multi session connections are in msnp18 for which we had a branch in java-jml and we are working on it when time permits, but don't know when it will be ready.
But when looking at the logs I can see that the problem is coming from a problem with the credentials and openjdk which we must check.
> MSN Fails to connect
> Key: JITSI-950
> URL: http://java.net/jira/browse/JITSI-950
> Project: jitsi
> Issue Type: Bug
> Affects Versions: current
> Environment: Ubuntu 11.04, Sun Java 1.6.0_24, Open JDK 1.6.0_22-b22
> Reporter: bernmeister
> Attachments: sip-communicator0.log.2
> When I check/tick my MSN account to connect Jitsi appears to try to connect (the spinning wheel or whatever spins in the status menu next to my MSN account) and then nothing - no connection.
> I am able to connect with other accounts (ICQ, GTalk, AIM, Yahoo).
> I use Pidgin and my MSN account DOES connect.
> I have been unable to obtain a useful stack trace; I decided to try with OpenJDK and got what looks like an interesting series of exceptions. See the attached log file.
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