On Thu, Oct 10, 2019 at 11:01:56AM +0300, Evgeny wrote: > On Thu, Oct 10, 2019 at 10:52 AM, JC Brand <li...@opkode.com> wrote: > > You're arguing against a point nobody made. > > > > Nobody advocated using BOSH to bypass restrictions in XEP-0198. > > The issue Georg mentioned isn't due to anything in XEP-0198. > > > > The issue is with the SASL anonymous login mechanism not allowing you to > > reconnect with the same JID, which happens **before** trying to resume a > > XEP-0198 session. > > The issue is *exactly* due to limitation in XEP-0198 that you're trying to > bypass with BOSH: since XEP-0198 doesn't allow you to resume a session > without re-authentication (and with SASL ANONYMOUS you cannot > re-authenticate with the same JID), you resort to use BOSH to bypass this > restriction, since it's *implicitly* using session identifiers as > authentication tokens.
Now you're saying "limitation", previously you said "restriction". I agree that XEP-0198 is limited in the sense that it doesn't concern itself with authentication and that this problem occurs at the authentication level. Seems like XEP-0397 solves it though.
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