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  • Resolved Rev. Voodoo

    (@rvoodoo)


    Your Jetpack has a glitch. Connecting this site with WordPress.com is not possible. This usually means your site is not publicly accessible (localhost).

    Tried deactivating quick cache plugin, as I saw problems with other cache plugins. No go.

    Any ideas? Thanks!

    (edit, just tried with all plugins inactive. Still a no go)

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  • I got the same thing on two of my sites I tried it on.

    I get the same error. I fired up a Bitnami WordPress instance in Amazon’s EC2. Installed the plugin without problem, but now I get this error.

    The site is definitely visible as I can access it. Does anyone know if specific ports need to be opened for this to work (I know that Amazon locks everything down unless you specifically open it up).

    Thanks!

    Same here. The Jetpack support page mentioned W3TC (which I have enabled) and that you’d have to disable Object cache’ing, but I don’t have that enabled.

    Been trying for a couple of days now, but still no luck.

    There is another post on here with options. One of the replies was as follows:

    It looks like your web server is incapable of sending outgoing requests over HTTPS (as opposed to HTTP). Jetpack should be able to detect this inability and work around it. We’ll work on making that check better in the next version of the Jetpack plugin.

    In the meantime, if you are comfortable editing PHP files, you can modify wp-content/plugins/jetpack/jetpack.php.

    On line 1290, change the current:

    if ( $jetpack->use_ssl[$method] ) {

    to the new:

    if ( false && $jetpack->use_ssl[$method] ) {

    I tried that on my Amazon EC2 instance and it worked!

    Nope, that didn’t work for me…. too bad….

    Just updated the plugin, here’s my new error message (still fails):

    Jetpack could not contact WordPress.com: register_http_request_failed. This usually means something is incorrectly configured on your web host.

    Do you havea firewall enabled? Perhaps you could disable it temporarily to see if that is the issue and try again?

    Nope, that’s not it. Thanks for the suggestion. Same error remains

    esmi

    (@esmi)

    Forum Moderator

    @rev: There are system-wide issues on wordpress.com right now that are impacting some Jetpack-enabled sites. It might be worth waiting for a few hours before trying any serious solution-testing.

    This worked a treat. Thanks

    I gave it a bit. I noticed my wp.com stats had finally cleaned up. So I assume some of the kinks at wp.com are sorted…. anyway, still can’t connect…

    Jetpack could not contact WordPress.com: register_http_request_failed. This usually means something is incorrectly configured on your web host.
    
    Connection time-out

    Hi
    I am having problems with this too – same error message

    The host service I am using is Godaddy and my connection is really slow.

    Which hosting services are you using?

    I am on godaddy as well. I don’t think the timeout error has to do with speed of your site per se….

    My site loads quite quickly, and I get the timeout message instantaneously after clicking connect

    I was in contact with support a few months ago, and they said they were having some issues with godaddy, perhaps you should contact them directly from the jetpack website…..

    I kinda gave up on jetpack since I couldn’t get it working…..

    no luck getting it to work. Very frustrating. there is no php for me to change anywhere

    I replaced the line in the php file as recommended above. Still no go.

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