1 Reply Latest reply: Jul 16, 2012 10:58 AM by kelli.glass RSS

Jabber IM for iOS ports




Contrary to 3rd party clients, Jabber IM for iOS connects to CUPS through 3 ports: 5222(XMPP), but also 80 and 443, according to release notes (and also to tests).


What are their use ?

Is there any "sensitive" information (like login/jid/pwd) exchange by these connexions that requires some form of tunneling or VPN?


Cordialement / Best regards / Mit freundlichen Grüssen


J.Ph Papillon


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  • 1. Re: Jabber IM for iOS ports



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