Le mardi 25 mars 2014 19:39:26 UTC+1, Waqas a écrit :
>
> On Tue, Mar 25, 2014 at 1:35 PM, Jiibii Bii <jiib...@gmail.com<javascript:>> 
> wrote: 
> > Hello 
> > 
> > I need to modifiy Prosody in ordre to: 
> > - listen on 2 other ports than 5222 
> > - filter or modify stanza (up and down)  for sessions on these new ports 
> ( 
> > session on 5222 are not filtered) 
> > 
> > I think, the filtering can be done in a 'module' ( maybe there are 
> already 
> > modules for do that) 
> > 
> > But can I use a module to make Prosody listen on several ports? 
> > or do I need to modify the core of Prosody ( ie xmppclient_listener.lua 
> or 
> > session_manager.lua ? ) 
> > 
> > If someone has an idea where I can start, it would be nice to help me. 
> > 
> > Thanks a lot. 
> > 
>
> This should all be doable with a custom plugin/module and some config 
> change. You wouldn't need to modify Prosody's core. 
>
> Set the client ports you need in your Prosody config: c2s_ports = { 
> 5222, 6222, 7222 }; 
>
> I don't see  c2s_ports in the code.
 

> Now you'll write a plugin which listens on stanzas that you are 
> interested in. See mod_stanza_counter in prosody-modules for an 
> example of a plugin which hooks all stanzas. For the best performance 
> in benchmarks, you should generally only hook stanzas that you need :) 
>
> Stanza handlers get an event object, that contains the stanza and the 
> sending session. You can stop an event by doing a 'return true;' from 
> a handler, or let it continue with a 'return', 'return nil', or not 
> having a return statement (all of which are equivalent for this). You 
> can retrieve the port a session is connected to, and just 'return;' in 
> case it's 5222. See dev docs on the Prosody website for relevant 
> details. 
>
> Your mention of 'xmppclient_listener.lua' suggests that you are on an 
> old Prosody version. You should consider upgrading (not necessary, but 
> may improve things). You can also join the Prosody chatroom and talk 
> with us there if you need: https://prosody.im/discuss#chatroom 
>
>
Ok I add prosody repository to get the 9.3.0
 

> -- 
> Waqas Hussain 
>

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