Ahmet Küçük Ahmet Küçük - 2 months ago 37
Python Question

sleekxmpp with ejabberd muc

I want to make a muc scprit with sleekxmpp and ejabberd use.
What should I do?

I tried this tutorial to understand eating sleekxmpp http://sleekxmpp.com/getting_started/echobot.html
but, number of connected users at the ejabberd panel kept getting pulled over 0

code:

#!/usr/bin/env python
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-


import sys
import logging
import getpass
from optparse import OptionParser

import sleekxmpp

# Python versions before 3.0 do not use UTF-8 encoding
# by default. To ensure that Unicode is handled properly
# throughout SleekXMPP, we will set the default encoding
# ourselves to UTF-8.
if sys.version_info < (3, 0):
reload(sys)
sys.setdefaultencoding('utf8')
else:
raw_input = input


class EchoBot(sleekxmpp.ClientXMPP):

"""
A simple SleekXMPP bot that will echo messages it
receives, along with a short thank you message.
"""

def __init__(self, jid, password):
sleekxmpp.ClientXMPP.__init__(self, jid, password)

# The session_start event will be triggered when
# the bot establishes its connection with the server
# and the XML streams are ready for use. We want to
# listen for this event so that we we can initialize
# our roster.
self.add_event_handler("session_start", self.start)

# The message event is triggered whenever a message
# stanza is received. Be aware that that includes
# MUC messages and error messages.
self.add_event_handler("message", self.message)

def start(self, event):
"""
Process the session_start event.

Typical actions for the session_start event are
requesting the roster and broadcasting an initial
presence stanza.

Arguments:
event -- An empty dictionary. The session_start
event does not provide any additional
data.
"""
self.send_presence()
self.get_roster()

def message(self, msg):
"""
Process incoming message stanzas. Be aware that this also
includes MUC messages and error messages. It is usually
a good idea to check the messages's type before processing
or sending replies.

Arguments:
msg -- The received message stanza. See the documentation
for stanza objects and the Message stanza to see
how it may be used.
"""
if msg['type'] in ('chat', 'normal'):
msg.reply("Thanks for sending\n%(body)s" % msg).send()


if __name__ == '__main__':
# Setup the command line arguments.
optp = OptionParser()

# Output verbosity options.
optp.add_option('-q', '--quiet', help='set logging to ERROR',
action='store_const', dest='loglevel',
const=logging.ERROR, default=logging.INFO)
optp.add_option('-d', '--debug', help='set logging to DEBUG',
action='store_const', dest='loglevel',
const=logging.DEBUG, default=logging.INFO)
optp.add_option('-v', '--verbose', help='set logging to COMM',
action='store_const', dest='loglevel',
const=5, default=logging.INFO)

# JID and password options.
optp.add_option("-j", "--jid", dest="jid",
help="JID to use")
optp.add_option("-p", "--password", dest="password",
help="password to use")

opts, args = optp.parse_args()

# Setup logging.
logging.basicConfig(level=opts.loglevel,
format='%(levelname)-8s %(message)s')

if opts.jid is None:
opts.jid = raw_input("Username: ")
if opts.password is None:
opts.password = getpass.getpass("Password: ")

# Setup the EchoBot and register plugins. Note that while plugins may
# have interdependencies, the order in which you register them does
# not matter.
xmpp = EchoBot(opts.jid, opts.password)
xmpp.register_plugin('xep_0030') # Service Discovery
xmpp.register_plugin('xep_0004') # Data Forms
xmpp.register_plugin('xep_0060') # PubSub
xmpp.register_plugin('xep_0199') # XMPP Ping

# If you are working with an OpenFire server, you may need
# to adjust the SSL version used:
# xmpp.ssl_version = ssl.PROTOCOL_SSLv3

# If you want to verify the SSL certificates offered by a server:
# xmpp.ca_certs = "path/to/ca/cert"

# Connect to the XMPP server and start processing XMPP stanzas.
if xmpp.connect():
# If you do not have the dnspython library installed, you will need
# to manually specify the name of the server if it does not match
# the one in the JID. For example, to use Google Talk you would
# need to use:
#
# if xmpp.connect(('talk.google.com', 5222)):
# ...
xmpp.process(block=True)
print("Done")
else:
print("Unable to connect.")


console output:

DEBUG Loaded Plugin: RFC 6120: Stream Feature: STARTTLS
DEBUG Loaded Plugin: RFC 6120: Stream Feature: Resource Binding
DEBUG Loaded Plugin: RFC 3920: Stream Feature: Start Session
DEBUG Loaded Plugin: RFC 6121: Stream Feature: Roster Versioning
DEBUG Loaded Plugin: RFC 6121: Stream Feature: Subscription Pre-Approval
DEBUG Loaded Plugin: RFC 6120: Stream Feature: SASL
DEBUG Loaded Plugin: XEP-0030: Service Discovery
DEBUG Loaded Plugin: XEP-0004: Data Forms
DEBUG Loaded Plugin: XEP-0082: XMPP Date and Time Profiles
DEBUG Loaded Plugin: XEP-0131: Stanza Headers and Internet Metadata
DEBUG Loaded Plugin: XEP-0060: Publish-Subscribe
DEBUG Loaded Plugin: XEP-0199: XMPP Ping
DEBUG Connecting to 192.168.1.103:5222
DEBUG Event triggered: connected
DEBUG ==== TRANSITION disconnected -> connected
DEBUG Starting HANDLER THREAD
DEBUG Loading event runner
DEBUG SEND (IMMED): <stream:stream to='192.168.1.103' xmlns:stream='http://etherx.jabber.org/streams' xmlns='jabber:client' xml:lang='en' version='1.0'>
DEBUG RECV: <stream:stream from="localhost" id="3423333123714766535" xml:lang="en">
WARNING Legacy XMPP 0.9 protocol detected.
DEBUG Event triggered: legacy_protocol
DEBUG RECV: <stream:error xmlns="http://etherx.jabber.org/streams"><host-unknown xmlns="urn:ietf:params:xml:ns:xmpp-streams" /></stream:error>
DEBUG Event triggered: stream_error
DEBUG End of stream recieved
DEBUG reconnecting...
DEBUG Event triggered: session_end
DEBUG SEND (IMMED): </stream:stream>
INFO Waiting for </stream:stream> from server
DEBUG Event triggered: socket_error
DEBUG Event triggered: disconnected
DEBUG ==== TRANSITION connected -> disconnected
DEBUG connecting...
DEBUG Waiting 1.98786049338 seconds before connecting.

Answer

Here is the problem:

DEBUG    SEND (IMMED): <stream:stream to='192.168.1.103' xmlns:stream='http://etherx.jabber.org/streams' xmlns='jabber:client' xml:lang='en' version='1.0'>
DEBUG    RECV: <stream:stream from="localhost" id="3423333123714766535" xml:lang="en">
WARNING  Legacy XMPP 0.9 protocol detected.
DEBUG    Event triggered: legacy_protocol
DEBUG    RECV: <stream:error xmlns="http://etherx.jabber.org/streams"><host-unknown xmlns="urn:ietf:params:xml:ns:xmpp-streams" /></stream:error>
DEBUG    Event triggered: stream_error
DEBUG    End of stream recieved

Your client is opening a stream to 192.168.1.103, but you get a response that says it is from localhost, and then you get a host-unknown error. (I presume you entered the JID as echobot@192.168.1.103?)

Your ejabberd is configured to use the hostname localhost. Change that to 192.168.1.103 in the configuration file, and you'll be able to connect using that "hostname".

Alternatively, you could enter the JID as echobot@localhost, and force the connection to use a different host, by doing what the comment in the code says about Google Talk:

if xmpp.connect(('192.168.1.103', 5222)):

This would work with the current ejabberd configuration.

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