So there is absolutely no way I can connect a Centos 5 client to ATS/https? 

All my tests were on internal networks in the lab. This would eventually needs to connect on external networks (on ACLs), but this is simply trying to run a proof of concept.

Thanks,


On Fri, Jul 22, 2016 at 9:16 AM, Reindl Harald <h.reindl@thelounge.net> wrote:


Am 22.07.2016 um 15:02 schrieb Steve Malenfant:
I'm trying to connect and older proprietary system running on Centos 5.8
to an internal CDN running ATS 5.3.2 via https. Somehow I can connect to
a bunch of different sites, but not to ATS.

I don't know much about SSL, but I can't get pass initial handshake
which is saying there is "no shared ciphers"

i fear the TLS support in CentOS 5 is a dead road these days
CentOS6 has acceptable backports - but CentOS5 - no

why does the CentOS5 sit outside and connect via TLS to internal machines running ATS? normally you are doing things the other way - having internal nodes without TLS and use ATS for SSL offloading so that oldm oputdated stuff is not exposed to the internet