[stunnel-users] Windows 7 connection to HTTPS server

josealf at rocketmail.com josealf at rocketmail.com
Sat Jul 9 23:29:05 CEST 2011


If you have an https web server, do you really need stunnel to connect to it? Most likely you don't.
If you want to do GETs and POSTs you can do it with curl. You don't need stunnel in the middle.

If your stunnel is listening in port 3600 in client mode it expects a clear text connection, not an SSL one. That is, you should do
http://localhost:3600/whatever, not https://localhost:3600/what ever. Try with verify=0 in the stunnel.conf to see if you get a connection.


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Subject: [stunnel-users] Windows 7 connection to HTTPS server

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