STLS=mitm is followed by your notes, after your explanation, yes, we should
configure it to be STLS=fcl. Yes, I know the SNI should be supported by
browser as well. we are using Firefox 3.0.13 to test it. I just tested it
with STLS=fcl, the certificate is still using the delegate host's (
portal.abc.com), rather than our customer's (portal.xyz.com) even i have
moved both certificate and key files for each domain into that CERTDIR
On Sat, Sep 19, 2009 at 7:12 PM, Yutaka Sato <email@example.com> wrote:
> In message <_A4568@delegate-en.ML_> on
> you David Wang <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> |Actually our delegate host is our portal, acting as the proxy from https
> |http. Most customers access it via our domain with permmitted source IP
> |address list, such as https://portal.abc.com/ with our ssl certificate.
> |been working fine so far. But now some customers would like to access it
> |their own domain, such as https://portal.xyz.com/ with their own ssl
> |certificate. we can ask them to add a DNS A record to resolve the domain
> |our delegate host IP address, but how can delegate achieve the multiple
> |certificates from multiple domains on the same IP address and port?
> |has official support for SNI since 2.2.12 and the details how to
> |We have all delegate settings with a config file named
> |and running delegate with this CLI:
> |$DELEGATED -P443 SERVER=https RESOLV="file:/etc/hosts-dg,dns,sys"
> |RES_VRFY="" +=/var/spool/delegate-nobody/etc/delegate_https.cfg
> |CERTDIR=/var/spool/delegate-nobody/etc/certs, STLS=mitm those settings
> |is followed from your notes CLUSTER and TLS ext. SNI
> |Also can I have another question? that permitted source IP address list
> |seems not working while accessing our portal via those external domains,
> |such as https://portal.xyz.com/.
> Again I must ask why you use MITM for your usage (that I'm not sure yet).
> STLS=mitm only makes sense in a client-side visible HTTP proxy (referred
> by clients as a SSLtnuuel with the CONNECT method).
> In a HTTPS gateway (a proxy at the server-side, or "reverse proxy" that
> is accessed as if it is an origin server), it must be STLS=fcl in a gateway
> for HTTPS client to HTTP server, or STLS=fcl,fsv in HTTPS to HTTPS gateway.
> Also you should be sure that SNI must be supported on the client-side
> (usually in browsers) to enable and available the feature at the
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