This is a discussion on Re: [openssl.org #1656] Clients compiled with tls extention can't talk to some servers. - Openssl ; On Tue, Mar 25, 2008 at 08:41:15AM -0400, Brad House wrote: > This is a duplicate of #1629 Yes, I found the ticket just after I've mailed this. > You might want to look at that tracker for an explanation. ...
On Tue, Mar 25, 2008 at 08:41:15AM -0400, Brad House wrote:
> This is a duplicate of #1629
Yes, I found the ticket just after I've mailed this.
> You might want to look at that tracker for an explanation.
> I've personally duplicated this with OpenSSL 0.9.8g (w/tls tickets)
> connecting to OpenSSL 0.9.7d (the current 0.9.7 release is
The oldest I've tried was 0.9.7e which still worked.
The patch in ticket #1629 works for the first problem, since it's
exactly the same problem. It doesn't for the second problem.
> Kurt Roeckx via RT wrote:
>> In Debian we've enabled the TLS extensions and it seems this results in
>> not being able to connect to some sites.
>> We've had 2 bug reports so far:
>> I can not reproduce the problems when both the server and client are
>> openssl. I've tried various combinations of versions for both the
>> server and client.
>> I've also tried with the server being gnutls, which also worked for me.
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