Check out the most comprehensive, actively managed Lync blog roll in the known universe, your one-stop source for links to over 100 of the very best Lync blogs. Here you will also find weekly blog highlights and a feed for a dozen of the top blogs.
Lync Server Support Home
Top Lync Solutions RSS Feed
Microsoft Senior Support engineers walk you through real-life support cases, giving you an insider’s view into the systematic approach they use to troubleshoot Lync Server issues.
These short videos focus on specific tasks and show you how to accomplish them for Microsoft Lync Server 2010.
Troubleshooting XMPP TCP dialback is a bit different than typical server-to-server communication in Communications Server 2007 R2. This article tries to help you troubleshoot XMPP TCP dialback issues if federation with Google Talk or other XMPP domains doesn’t work as expected by using tools such as Communications Server 2007 R2 Logging Tool, Network Monitor, and other methods.
Author: Rob Pittfield
Publication date: February 2010
Product version: Communications Server 2007 R2 XMPP Gateway
In this article we try to give you enough information to troubleshoot XMPP TCP dialback issues if federation with Google Talk or other XMPP domains doesn’t work as expected.
Google and Jabber XCP 5.4 support federation with other XMPP servers by using TCP dialback. To troubleshoot connectivity issues with these servers, an understanding of the connection process is helpful.
For details about how the connection process works at a protocol level, see section 8 of RFC 3920 at http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc3920.txt
There are four tasks to ensure that the XMPP Gateway to other XMPP server connections functions correctly (gmail.com is used as an example below):
The four tasks just listed will help ensure that dialback connectivity from Gmail.com to your XMPP Gateway on TCP port 5269 is successful. However, if problems occur when trying to establish a connection to Gmail.com, the following three tools are useful to help you troubleshoot the problem.
Read the complete article in the Technical Library.
We Want to Hear From You