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Chris Ross email@example.com
Tue, 4 Oct 2005 13:17:47 -0700 (PDT)
I'm having a problem with getting conserver (8.1.12) working with an SSL connection. I presume 8.1.12 doesn't need the patch that you posted to the list, as it's release date is after the date of this email. :-)
here's a description of how things are coded to work (once you apply the patch)....
- neither side uses -c
the ssl bits are allowed to use an unauthenticated cipher to set up the encryption. that just works.
This is what I'm trying to do. I have my conserver.cf set up so that ssl is required, and when I try running the client to connect to it, I get:
% console -x -p 782 console: SSL negotiation failed 2173:error:140D308A:SSL routines:TLS1_SETUP_KEY_BLOCK:cipher or hash unavailable:../../../../common/openssl/ssl/t1_enc.c:449: %
I'm not sure what that means. This is on a solaris 10 system, using the ssl libraries that are part of the installed OS. These are OpenSSL as of about January of 2005, but I can't see a version number in the package info. The header suggests it is, or was, 0.9.7d.
Bryan, do you have any idea what I'm doing wrong here? I'm running the client on the same machine the server daemon is running on, and the name compiled into the binaries is CNAME'd to this machines external address. If I "-M localhost" I get the same error message, however.