(RADIATOR) SSL3_GET_CLIENT_HELLO:no shared cipher
McGrath, Thomas J.
Thomas.McGrath at fccc.edu
Wed Feb 4 15:31:27 CST 2004
All @ Radiator;
I was attempting to replace the test certifcate with a valid SSL
certificate and ran into a small problem. Fortunately, I backed up the
certificate files and put them back in the correct locations. After doing
so, my Radiator is now giving a very strange error:
"SSL3_GET_CLIENT_HELLO:no shared cipher". A copy of the log is as follows:
*** --- *** LOGFILE *** --- ***
Wed Feb 4 15:57:35 2004: DEBUG: Handling request with Handler 'Wi
Wed Feb 4 15:57:35 2004: DEBUG: Deleting session for testuser,
Wed Feb 4 15:57:35 2004: DEBUG: Handling with Radius::AuthLDAP2:
Wed Feb 4 15:57:35 2004: DEBUG: Handling with EAP: code 2, 3, 100
Wed Feb 4 15:57:35 2004: DEBUG: Response type 21
Wed Feb 4 15:57:35 2004: DEBUG: EAP TLS SSL_accept result: -1, 1, 8466
Wed Feb 4 15:57:35 2004: ERR: EAP TLS error: -1, 1, 8466, 18841: 1 -
8A0C1:SSL routines:SSL3_GET_CLIENT_HELLO:no shared cipher
Wed Feb 4 15:57:35 2004: INFO: Access rejected for testuser: EAP TLS error
Wed Feb 4 15:57:35 2004: DEBUG: Packet dump:
*** Sending to 10.10.10.10 port 21658 ....
*** --- *** LOGFILE *** --- *** END
The PEM files all appear to be exactly as they were before. I also granted
all users full read/write access just to rule out a user access problem.
Does anyone have a suggestion? Things did work prior to moving files out
then back in again.
Below is a copy of my cfg:
*** --- *** CFG *** --- ***
AddToReply MS-MPPE-Encryption-Policy = 2,
es = 2
*** --- *** CFG *** --- *** END
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