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Add ejabberd auth document

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# Configuring Ejabberd (XMPP Server) to use Pleroma for authentication
If you want to give your Pleroma users an XMPP (chat) account, you can configure [Ejabberd](https://github.com/processone/ejabberd) to use your Pleroma server for user authentication, automatically giving every local user an XMPP account.
In general, you just have to follow the configuration described at [https://docs.ejabberd.im/admin/configuration/authentication/#external-script](https://docs.ejabberd.im/admin/configuration/authentication/#external-script). Please read this section carefully.
Copy the script below to suitable path on your system and set owner and permissions. Also do not forget adjusting `PLEROMA_HOST` and `PLEROMA_PORT`, if necessary.
```bash
cp pleroma_ejabberd_auth.py /etc/ejabberd/pleroma_ejabberd_auth.py
chown ejabberd /etc/ejabberd/pleroma_ejabberd_auth.py
chmod 700 /etc/ejabberd/pleroma_ejabberd_auth.py
```
Set external auth params in ejabberd.yaml file:
```bash
auth_method: [external]
extauth_program: "python3 /etc/ejabberd/pleroma_ejabberd_auth.py"
extauth_instances: 3
auth_use_cache: false
```
Restart / reload your ejabberd service.
After restarting your Ejabberd server, your users should now be able to connect with their Pleroma credentials.
```python
import sys
import struct
import http.client
from base64 import b64encode
import logging
PLEROMA_HOST = "127.0.0.1"
PLEROMA_PORT = "4000"
AUTH_ENDPOINT = "/api/v1/accounts/verify_credentials"
USER_ENDPOINT = "/api/v1/accounts"
LOGFILE = "/var/log/ejabberd/pleroma_auth.log"
logging.basicConfig(filename=LOGFILE, level=logging.INFO)
# Pleroma functions
def create_connection():
return http.client.HTTPConnection(PLEROMA_HOST, PLEROMA_PORT)
def verify_credentials(user: str, password: str) -> bool:
user_pass_b64 = b64encode("{}:{}".format(
user, password).encode('utf-8')).decode("ascii")
params = {}
headers = {
"Authorization": "Basic {}".format(user_pass_b64)
}
try:
conn = create_connection()
conn.request("GET", AUTH_ENDPOINT, params, headers)
response = conn.getresponse()
if response.status == 200:
return True
return False
except Exception as e:
logging.info("Can not connect: %s", str(e))
return False
def does_user_exist(user: str) -> bool:
conn = create_connection()
conn.request("GET", "{}/{}".format(USER_ENDPOINT, user))
response = conn.getresponse()
if response.status == 200:
return True
return False
def auth(username: str, server: str, password: str) -> bool:
return verify_credentials(username, password)
def isuser(username, server):
return does_user_exist(username)
def read():
(pkt_size,) = struct.unpack('>H', bytes(sys.stdin.read(2), encoding='utf8'))
pkt = sys.stdin.read(pkt_size)
cmd = pkt.split(':')[0]
if cmd == 'auth':
username, server, password = pkt.split(':', 3)[1:]
write(auth(username, server, password))
elif cmd == 'isuser':
username, server = pkt.split(':', 2)[1:]
write(isuser(username, server))
elif cmd == 'setpass':
# u, s, p = pkt.split(':', 3)[1:]
write(False)
elif cmd == 'tryregister':
# u, s, p = pkt.split(':', 3)[1:]
write(False)
elif cmd == 'removeuser':
# u, s = pkt.split(':', 2)[1:]
write(False)
elif cmd == 'removeuser3':
# u, s, p = pkt.split(':', 3)[1:]
write(False)
else:
write(False)
def write(result):
if result:
sys.stdout.write('\x00\x02\x00\x01')
else:
sys.stdout.write('\x00\x02\x00\x00')
sys.stdout.flush()
if __name__ == "__main__":
logging.info("Starting pleroma ejabberd auth daemon...")
while True:
try:
read()
except Exception as e:
logging.info(
"Error while processing data from ejabberd %s", str(e))
pass
```
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