On tor 20 feb 2014 12:43:18, pawel.do...@sip-communicator.org wrote:
> > IIRC, you use it like this: 
> > 
> > Component "test.example.com" "component_roundrobin" 
> > 
> > And then a component secret as with normal external components. 
> > 
> > 
> I've copied mod_component_roundrobin.lua to plugins, added 
> "component_roundrobin" after component name and prosody starts with no 
> errors. Unfortunately our component can't connect as before because of 
> connection refused exception. We use Smack library to register the 
> component. The exception comes from network layer, so it looks like port 
> normally used to register components is not opened. Any ideas why this 
> could happen ?

Hm, maybe it was supposed to be like

Component "test.example.com"
modules_enabled = { "component_roundrobin" }

Kim "Zash" Alvefur

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