Just sharing the link here, since I was googling for far too long to dig it out.
How To Use STUN In Applications
It’s surprising this is found as a part of the manual for Maemo, the fantastic OS that moved in the right direction, but was practically abandoned by Nokia.
NOTE: This is apparently a guide for the outdated libjingle 0.3.0. I can’t find any guide for the new version of libjingle.
If you use Facebook and XMPP, rejoice. You can now get spammed via your favorite Jabber client: iChat, Pidgin, Adium, Psi, Finch, Meebo or any other that allows you to configure custom server (gtalk not included).
Federationing not supported.
Probably a fail for privacy, but a win for openness.
Allow plaintext authentication: No
Your username is your “vanity URL” suffix, for example firstlast in http://www.facebook.com/firstlast – so create this alias if you didn’t already.
Since I don’t usually use Meebo for contacting buddies, I can see one much greater benefit here: you can be contacted using MeeboMe Widgets without using Meebo itself. Great for providing tech support in case you need something like that, especially if it’s possible to log in from multiple workstations into same Jabber account like with Gtalk. I have yet not tried if this is possible, but I sincerely hope it is.
Meebo has just gotten perfect for me