[stunnel-users] Connection Reset by Peer

Srilalitha Muralidhara(HCL Capital Market Services) srilalitha.m at hcl.in
Thu Jun 8 09:06:33 CEST 2006



My stunnel server is unable to send data correctly to my application
running the same machine.


This happens when the client is run from windows platform. When client
is run from UNIX everything works fine.


The Stunnel Server log file says:



2006.06.05 11:54:54 LOG7[23141:8]: rssvr connecting

2006.06.05 11:54:54 LOG7[23141:8]: Remote FD=1 initialized

2006.06.05 11:54:54 LOG7[23141:8]: TCP_NODELAY option set on remote

2006.06.05 11:54:54 LOG3[23141:8]: SSL_read: Connection reset by peer

2006.06.05 11:54:54 LOG5[23141:8]: Connection reset: 0 bytes sent to
SSL, 13 bytes sent to socket

2006.06.05 11:54:54 LOG5[23141:8]: linger (local): Invalid argument (22)

2006.06.05 11:54:54 LOG7[23141:8]:  rssvr finished (0 left)



Does anybody know the cause of the problem? And hopefully the solution?





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