[stunnel-users] Help using Stunnel-4.XX

InfotechCapital thebusybox at rainswept.com
Fri Nov 30 08:32:25 CET 2007

When setting up my own sTunnels to run VNC and OpenSSH, I eventually ran into
this page:

...which led to this one:

...which, though the latter is for Windows, I found to be an EXCELLENT
explanation of the settings necessary on the server and client sides (and
just what's going on!). It's worth a look; just absorb the sTunnel talk and
assume VNC as your "third party app."

Also, while I understand that you're using sTunnel (and may be required to
do so), this article may be a quick-and-dirty approach to testing:


Where again, VNC is just your third party application. In any case, I've
been working with sTunnel for a while now, so if I catch a response from you
I may be able to help.

Harmon, Paul wrote:
> Hi Folks,
>                       Well I know a little more now than before. The
> version of Stunnel I'm using is Stunnel 4.05 running under Fedora 7.0. I
> am trying to setup a test scenario at the moment where I am running a
> stream socket between a client and a server, both mine since this is a
> test scenario. I need thisese programs to connect over a secure socket
> and the exchange of data is a custom application. I've read through
> Barry O'donovan's article and that seems to give me the information on
> how to configure and use Stunnel on the server side. It is not clear to
> me yet, what I need to do to the client side. Is there anyone out there
> who has done this type of thing and could give me some help?
>                                       Thanks in advance,
>                                                   Paul Harmon
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Kirk M. Schafer

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