[pjsip] Feature Request: TLS server name indication

Benny Prijono bennylp at pjsip.org
Tue Apr 29 12:35:00 EDT 2008

On Tue, Apr 29, 2008 at 4:27 PM, Klaus Darilion
<klaus.mailinglists at pernau.at> wrote:
> Hi!
>  Openssl 0.9.8g support the TLS extension "server name" (or also often
>  called SNI for server name indication). (when configured with
>  "enable-tlsext")[1][2]
>  If the TLS clients uses the server name extension in the ClientHello,
>  the server can host multiple TLS domains on the same socket (because the
>   server nows which certificate to present to the client).
>  I think it would be rather easy for pjsip to add this feature - at least
>  for outgoing TLS connection (pjsip = TLS client).

Yeah it doesn't seem to be too difficult, probably just need to add a
field setting in pjsip_tls_setting and propagate this all the way to

>  Actually there is no SIP proxy yet which supports it, but I have it on
>  my Todo list for openser, but found out that I do not have a client for
>  testing :-)

Are you going to implement that very soon?


>  regards
>  klaus
>  [1]
>  http://howtoforge.com/enable-multiple-https-sites-on-one-ip-using-tls-extensions-on-debian-etch
>  [2] https://sni.velox.ch/

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