[stunnel-users] How to configure Stunnel for ICMP packets?

Brian Hatch bri at stunnel.org
Wed Nov 10 00:34:42 CET 2004

> Thank you for the advice and replying so quickly. Since
> my end goal was to see how additional network overhead
> due to security affects voice over IP (UDP), are there
> any other SSL enabled applications similar to Stunnel
> that supports UDP?

Is this a theoretical quest, or a real-world comparison
between two systems?  If the latter, then compare your
VOIP with no encryption, vs with encryption.  How you
turn on encryption?  Maybe your software has a big green
button, I have no idea.

If you can't actually tunnel your VOIP over stunnel, then
there's no point in trying to do any performance tests
using it!  You can't possibly learn anything useful!

So either you're trying to do real world, in which case
you should compare your real world secure/insecure options,
or you're completely theoretical, and you aren't really
stuck with UDP, are you?

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