[asterisk-users] TLS

kepin sinatra insanlaksana at gmail.com
Thu Feb 7 12:31:28 CST 2013

when i start sip reload, doesn't appear about "SSL certificate ok", i
install asterisk with :
./configure --enable-xmldoc
make menuselect
make && make install
make samples
make config

ok, maybe i try using tshark later...
yes, i'm sure blink is configured for TLS. and i've installed the
certificate in client with trusted root certification.

any ideas?
thank for your attention...

On Thu, Feb 7, 2013 at 8:39 PM, Administrator TOOTAI <admin at tootai.net>wrote:

> Le 06/02/2013 23:15, kepin sinatra a écrit :
>  Hi, I tried it the implementation of TLS in asterisk on ubuntu
>> 10.04. I follow the tutorial: https://wiki.asterisk.org/**
>> wiki/display/AST/Secure+**Calling+Tutorial<https://wiki.asterisk.org/wiki/display/AST/Secure+Calling+Tutorial>.
>> and I use blink as a softphone in ny client in windows. for regular
>> communication process (without TLS) smoothly, but when it just follow the
>> tutorial, it is always error on his softphone: transport error.
> Check that blink is configured for TLS. Also, when you start asterisk or
> sip reload check that message "SSL certificate ok" appears in your logs
> Other check: run tshark on the interface of your asterisk on port 5061 in
> tcp to check if the traffic of your softphone arrive to the good port.
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