[stunnel-users] Help please - debug and random file
Eric S. Eberhard
flash at vicsmba.com
Fri Sep 29 22:23:27 CEST 2006
I have not been on the list for a long time. I last compiled openssl
and stunnel in 2000 or so and have been using the same code ever
since. I use it very simply in client mode ... I have an application
to authorize credit cards and it connect to stunnel in inetd mode
(with -c in the command line).
visanet is now requiring version 2 SSL so I have to change so I got
all the new stuff and compiled it up and made a .conf file.
I have two problems (for now :-) ):
1) No matter what I do it seems that at least some debug is
coming back through the socket, and no debug is going to my debug file
2) The debug I am getting is very strange -- the first time
it says "Snagged 64 from bytes from stunnel.rnd" The second time it
says "Unable to retrieve any random data from stunnel.rnd" When I
examine the file it has a current date and zero bytes. If I copy
back my old (2000) stunnel.rnd it always reads once, and then writes
it back out with zero bytes.
I am AIX 4.3.3 and I compiled with xlc and the only option I used
that was not default was to not link in the wrappers. I did get a
ton of warnings that the "-pthreaded" option was not valid ... but it
executes and responds so I am not sure that matters? Or should I do
something (what?) about that?
My configuration files for the service (visanet) is:
output = /tmp/stunnel.log
debug = 7
RNDfile = /visanet/ssl/stunnel.rnd
client = yes
connect = ssllab.pgs.wcom.net:443
sslVersion = SSLv2
protocol = smtp
cert = /viasanet/ssl/stunnel.pem
The rnd file and cert file are from 2000 (old old old!). I would
have expected a file /tmp/stunnel.log -- the file is not even created!
The old inetd line was:
(blah blah) stunnel -r ssllab.pgs.wcom.net:443 -c -R
What stupid thing am I doing wrong? Does anyone else have experience
using stunnel with visanet and can they give me any pointers?
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