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manual:encryption:troubleshooting:connection_permission_problems [2019/04/04 15:59]
andris [One side connects with PSK but other side uses LibreSSL, OpenSSL without PSK support or has been compiled without encryption support]
manual:encryption:troubleshooting:connection_permission_problems [2019/04/04 16:16]
andris
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 == In accepting-side log: == == In accepting-side log: ==
-   ...failed to accept an incoming connection: from 192.168.1.2:​ support for PSK was not compiled in +  ​...failed to accept an incoming connection: from 192.168.1.2:​ support for PSK was not compiled in 
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 == In Zabbix frontend == == In Zabbix frontend ==
-    +  Get value from agent failed: TCP successful, cannot establish TLS to [[192.168.1.2]:​10050]:​ SSL_connect() I/O error: [0] Success 
-   Get value from agent failed: TCP successful, cannot establish TLS to [[192.168.1.2]:​10050]:​ SSL_connect() I/O error: [0] Success+ 
 +=== One side connects with PSK but other side uses OpenSSL with PSK support disabled === 
 + 
 +== In connecting-side log: == 
 +  ...TCP successful, cannot establish TLS to [[192.168.1.2]:​10050]:​ SSL_connect() set result code to SSL_ERROR_SSL:​ file ../​ssl/​record/​rec_layer_s3.c line 1536: error:​14094410:​SSL routines:​ssl3_read_bytes:​sslv3 alert handshake failure: SSL alert number 40: TLS read fatal alert "​handshake failure"​ 
 + 
 +== In accepting-side log: == 
 +  ...failed to accept an incoming connection: from 192.168.1.2:​ TLS handshake set result code to 1: file ssl/​statem/​statem_srvr.c line 1422: error:​1417A0C1:​SSL routines:​tls_post_process_client_hello:​no shared cipher: TLS write fatal alert "​handshake failure"​