stefan.winter at restena.lu
Thu Jun 15 11:51:22 CEST 2006
> Mean I dont want any CA or client certificate right even if I use my ownca
> by Openssl ?
sorry, I was unable to parse your question. As in: the sentence does not make
sense to me. What exactly do you want to know? I'll try my best to give a
The server needs one certificate to identify itself to the clients. It does
not have to be a from a real CA, you can generate one from openssl yourself.
You just have to configure the client to accept the certificate that is
presented by the server during authentication.
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