[stunnel-users] how to use My Own Signed Wildcard cert
russell.sced at dunelm-mill.co.uk
Wed Dec 5 10:26:16 CET 2012
thanks for replying .. possibly wanst clear
I can happily generate a self signed certificate and get the services
working with that (so config is ok)
but i just cannot for the life of me figure out how to import and use my
already signed certificate
can you help ?
Stephen Balukoff wrote:
> Hi robbi3j,
> Could you post the configuration file you're using here, as well as any
> error messages from your attempts to get stunnel working with this cert?
> Stunnel doesn't actually care whether a given cert you're handing it is
> wildcard or not, so that shouldn't make a difference in this case. Also,
> if you intend the stunnel process to be started in some automated way (eg.
> on machine boot), I highly recommend not having the key encrypted in the
> .pem file. You should be able to strip the encryption off the key using
> the openssl command line utility, eh. (Obviously, don't post the key here
> if you do that, eh!)
> On Tue, Dec 4, 2012 at 4:37 AM, robbi3j
> <russell.sced at dunelm-mill.co.uk>wrote:
>> Can anyone help ... have looked through the forums but cannot get this to
>> I want to configure Stunnel to use my already signed wildcard cert
>> how to I go about importing it ? .. i have the cert file with the private
>> key attached which is password protected
>> can anyone help as its driving me nuts !
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