Google's Jabber Server Works


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Alien Venom

The Google Jabber server is **SORTA** up and running. I am currently logged in with my Google/Gmail username and password (no need to register).

If anyone else can login, add me:

alienvenom@gmail.com or something like that. (hopefully they wont be using the @gmail.com for long)

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Alien Venom

It's only working for a select few. My friend just reported that he's getting Login failure. Hopefully this wont be a silly invite thing like Gmail.

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ad345zAdZ0d9_

Doesn't work for me. Using Trillian Pro 3.1

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Alien Venom

It doesn't appear to be very stable. I'm only connected for a few seconds it seems then I get a disconnected message -- weird.

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Tim Dorr

I'm not able to log in...

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Billthy

worked for me trillian pro 3.1

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emo

what's google jabber?

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Are you sure you people saying "I AM CONNECTED!!!11" are not confusing having an authentication message for a few seconds, with actually being fully connected?

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illicit
I'm not able to log in...

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Me either...

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Alien Venom

From Gaim system log:

---- +++ alienvenom@talk.google.com/Gaim signed on @ 2005-08-23 11:48:34 ----

---- +++ alienvenom@talk.google.com/Gaim signed off @ 2005-08-23 11:48:42 ----

Not sure what's going on. :-\

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Glowstick

Their PLAIN authentication mechanism fails. And it lists an X-GOOGLE-TOKEN mechanism, too. That's the proprietary one I mentioned before. The thing is, their server reports as gmail.com and what clients send back is username@talk.google.com. Maybe that's the breaking point, I try playing around with the hosts file for a bit.

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RootWind

What's really the point of having another IM service if everyone is going to use multi-platform IM clients? :huh:

(*cough* Would make sense if a Google IM client was or could support multi-platforms through plug-ins, with Jabber as default built-in client)

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yisman

from front page:

Update 2: Several un-named Google Executives have confirmed that Google will be announcing "Google Talk" tomorrow.
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Si

I expect their client will be jabber of sorts, and the server will have gateways to the other services

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Alien Venom

It definitely seems modified. If the server is expecting my client to send some "commands" after its succssfully logged, that might be why it disconnected me a few seconds later.

I tried to add a Jabber user on another jabber server to my buddy list but by the time I saved it, I was already disconnected.

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Danny Weed
from front page:

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Woo! This should be good, if they advertise it on there main page they'll have crap loads of users in no time.

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Shoop

Wow! This is incredible, i can't believe i helped discover this, im so proud of myself hahah. I can't wait for this program to come tomorrow.

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Shoop

The http works for me :s You mean for trillain?

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Alien Venom

Uh oh, it appears that they've taken talk.google.com down (or blocked my IP)! :(

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lsquare

So you need a google account to log on to the service? What if you're a regular user of the jabber network? Can you use your jabber ID to log on?

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Glowstick

I hope the Google Talk usernames aren't related with the Gmail ones, but I doubt it.

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thecableguy

I'm getting this in Trillian Pro connect status

[12:06] *** Creating connection "myemail@talk.gmail.com/Trillian"

[12:06] *** Server supports TLS encryption...

[12:06] *** Negotiating XMPP SSL connection...

[12:06] *** Connection established using EDH-RSA-DES-CBC3-SHA (TLSv1/SSLv3)

[12:06] *** Connect: Account failure.

[12:06] *** ERROR: iq error 405

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[19:33] *** Creating connection "staticfish@talk.google.com/Trillian"

[19:33] *** * Note: Server reports its name is gmail.com, but we are accessing talk.google.com

[19:33] *** Server supports TLS encryption...

[19:33] *** Negotiating XMPP SSL connection...

[19:33] *** Connection established using EDH-RSA-DES-CBC3-SHA (TLSv1/SSLv3)

[19:34] *** * Note: Server reports its name is gmail.com, but we are accessing talk.google.com

[19:34] *** Attempting to authenticate using PLAIN

[19:34] *** Authentication failed.

[19:34] *** Disconnected.

[19:38] *** Creating connection "staticfish@talk.google.com/Trillian"

[19:38] *** * Note: Server reports its name is gmail.com, but we are accessing talk.google.com

[19:38] *** Server supports TLS encryption...

[19:38] *** Negotiating XMPP SSL connection...

[19:38] *** Connection established using EDH-RSA-DES-CBC3-SHA (TLSv1/SSLv3)

[19:38] *** * Note: Server reports its name is gmail.com, but we are accessing talk.google.com

[19:38] *** Attempting to authenticate using PLAIN

[19:38] *** Authentication failed.

[19:38] *** Disconnected.

[19:43] *** Creating connection "staticfish@talk.google.com/Trillian"

[19:43] *** * Note: Server reports its name is gmail.com, but we are accessing talk.google.com

[19:43] *** Server supports TLS encryption...

[19:43] *** Negotiating XMPP SSL connection...

[19:43] *** Connection established using EDH-RSA-DES-CBC3-SHA (TLSv1/SSLv3)

[19:43] *** * Note: Server reports its name is gmail.com, but we are accessing talk.google.com

[19:43] *** Attempting to authenticate using PLAIN

[19:43] *** Authentication failed.

[19:43] *** Disconnected.

[19:43] *** Creating connection "staticfish@talk.google.com/"

[19:43] *** * Note: Server reports its name is gmail.com, but we are accessing talk.google.com

[19:43] *** Server supports TLS encryption...

[19:43] *** Negotiating XMPP SSL connection...

[19:43] *** Connection established using EDH-RSA-DES-CBC3-SHA (TLSv1/SSLv3)

[19:43] *** * Note: Server reports its name is gmail.com, but we are accessing talk.google.com

[19:44] *** Attempting to authenticate using PLAIN

[19:44] *** Authentication failed.

[19:44] *** Disconnected.

[20:08] *** Creating connection "staticfish@talk.google.com/"

[20:08] *** * Note: Server reports its name is gmail.com, but we are accessing talk.google.com

[20:08] *** Server supports TLS encryption...

[20:08] *** Negotiating XMPP SSL connection...

[20:08] *** Connection established using EDH-RSA-DES-CBC3-SHA (TLSv1/SSLv3)

[20:08] *** * Note: Server reports its name is gmail.com, but we are accessing talk.google.com

[20:08] *** Attempting to authenticate using PLAIN

[20:08] *** Authentication failed.

[20:08] *** Disconnected.

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Viserov

I don't know if anyone saw this news, but, I'm sure it's official now:

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http://news.yahoo.com/news?tmpl=story&u=/a...et_050823152526

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