[SR-Users] Support for TLS server_name extension (aka SNI=server name indication)
miconda at gmail.com
Tue Sep 2 16:49:25 CEST 2014
thanks for updating on the status.
Do you remember what implied to add support for SNI?
It should be brought back if we lost it. Maybe you can adapt the old
patch if it not something that complex and you have time to look at it.
Otherwise, any further details about what you had to do in the past
would help to add support for it again.
On 02/09/14 15:57, Klaus Darilion wrote:
> Indeed, currently Kamailio does not support SNI (was dropped with ser merge)
> On 29.08.2014 16:11, Daniel-Constantin Mierla wrote:
>> starting with 3.0 we got the implementation from SER at that time (being
>> more flexible with config and later getting asynchronous support).
>> A quick grep in the sources shows things related to server_name, but
>> apparently is just for accessing them via cfg selects.
>> I cc-ed Jan who is author of some commits related to server name and
>> Klaus who did the patch for old kamailio -- maybe they remember how far
>> it got with server name implementation and if it got at least the parts
>> from old kamailio to 3.0.
>> On 29/08/14 15:25, Barry Flanagan wrote:
>>> Back in Kamailio 1.5, the release notes state:
>>> "support for TLS server_name extension (aka SNI=server name indication)"
>>> However, I cannot find any indication of this in the current TLS docs,
>>> and trying to set tls_server_name or server_name in tls.cfg fails with
>>> "unsupported option".
>>> Is this actually supported?
>>> -Barry Flanagan
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