This Prosody plugin adds support for flash socket policies. When connecting with a flash client (from a webpage, not an exe) to prosody the flash client requests for an xml “file” on port 584 or the connecting port (5222 in the case of default xmpp). Responding on port 584 is tricky because it requires root priviliges to set up a socket on a port < 1024.
This plugins filters the incoming data from the flash client. So when
the client connects with prosody it immediately sends a xml request
<policy-file-request/>\0). Prosody responds
with a flash cross-domain-policy. See
for more information.
Add “flash_policy” to your modules_enabled list.
|crossdomain_file||Optional. The path to a file containing an cross-domain-policy in xml format.|
|crossdomain_string||Optional. A cross-domain-policy as string. Should include the xml declaration.|
Both configuration options are optional. If both are not specified a
<allow-access-from domain="*" />” is used as