Daniel Atallah datallah at pidgin.im
Wed Oct 14 14:13:28 EDT 2009


On Wed, Oct 14, 2009 at 14:03, Kathryn Boyken <
Kathryn.Boyken at safesystems.com> wrote:

>  Unable to find alternative XMPP connection methods after failing to
> connect directly.
>
>
>
> (14:03:05) *proxy:* Error connecting to talk2.l.google.com:5222(Connection refused.).
> (14:03:05) *proxy:* Connection attempt failed: Connection refused.
> (14:03:05) *jabber:* Unable to connect to server: Connection refused..
> Trying next SRV record.
> (14:03:05) *dnsquery:* Performing DNS lookup for gmail.com
> (14:03:05) *dnsquery:* IP resolved for gmail.com
> (14:03:05) *proxy:* Attempting connection to 209.85.225.83
> (14:03:05) *proxy:* Connecting to gmail.com:5222 with no proxy
> (14:03:05) *proxy:* Connection in progress
> (14:03:06) *proxy:* Connecting to gmail.com:5222.
> (14:03:06) *proxy:* Error connecting to gmail.com:5222 (Connection
> refused.).
> (14:03:06) *proxy:* Connection attempt failed: Connection refused.
> (14:03:06) *jabber:* Couldn't connect directly to gmail.com. Trying to
> find alternative connection methods, like BOSH.
> (14:03:06) *dnssrv:* querying TXT record for gmail.com: _
> xmppconnect.gmail.com
> (14:03:06) *dnssrv:* Couldn't look up TXT record. DNS name does not exist.
> (9003).
> (14:03:06) *connection:* Connection error on 02E012E0 (reason: 0
> description: Unable to find alternative XMPP connection methods after
> failing to connect directly.)
> (14:03:06) *account:* Disconnecting account kathryn.boyken at gmail.com/(00C99478)
> (14:03:06) *connection:* Disconnecting connection 02E012E0
> (14:03:06) *connection:* Destroying connection 02E012E0
>

This is happening because your network configuration is preventing
connections to the google talk servers.  It could be caused by a firewall,
or perhaps you need to use a proxy server.  If you're on a corporate
network, you might want to ask the IT folks about this.

-D
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