[asterisk-users] Asterisk 16.14.0 pjsip transport-tls cert parsing error

Ruisheng Peng rpeng at ifa.hawaii.edu
Mon Feb 1 14:41:05 CST 2021

Thanks Sean for the note.  It does look Selinux might have a hand in the
pot.   I did try with selinux permission set to permissive and it made no
difference though.  Keeping configuration related stuff under /etc/asterisk
seems to help.


On Mon, Feb 1, 2021 at 8:09 AM Sean Bright <sean.bright at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi,
> On 1/26/2021 3:12 PM, Ruisheng Peng wrote:
> Transport: transport-tls: cert_file /home/asterisk/certs/asterisk.crt is
> either missing or not readable
> This error means that the file either does not exist or that Asterisk is
> not able to open it for reading. In your case it looks like the file exists
> so the Asterisk process was not able to read the file (this could be
> permissions or SELinux or whatever other reason). It never gets to actually
> trying to parse it as a certificate.
> The subsequent message mentioning "at line 24 of" is just a bug in the
> configuration framework, it is not referring to line 24 of the certificate
> file.
> Kind regards,
> Sean
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