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Re^10: Unable to enable SSL on Dancer2 application in my windows platform.

by huck (Prior)
on May 04, 2021 at 20:04 UTC ( #11132039=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^9: Unable to enable SSL on Dancer2 application in my windows platform.
in thread Unable to enable SSL on Dancer2 application in my windows platform.

try this

plackup -p 55001 --ssl --ssl-key-file=C:\Users\Documents\Private-Publi +c\privateKey.key --ssl-cert-file=C:\Users\Documents\Private-Public\ce +rtificate.crt app.psg
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Re^11: Unable to enable SSL on Dancer2 application in my windows platform.
by chandantul (Scribe) on May 04, 2021 at 21:38 UTC

    I was getting the same error

    failed to listen to port 55001:  at C:/Strawberry/perl/site/lib/HTTP/Server/PSGI.pm line 103.

    Can we have a command that verify the certificate? My certificate is self signed certificate. How can i verify the same?

Re^11: Unable to enable SSL on Dancer2 application in my windows platform.
by chandantul (Scribe) on May 05, 2021 at 04:23 UTC

    Dear Smart Monks, Are there anyone who can let me know to check the exact error with SSL validation here? How i can check the same?

    C:\Users\Documents\Perl\webapp\bin>plackup --ssl --ssl-key-file=C:\Use +rs\Documents\Private-Public-key-cert\Private0504.key --ssl-cert-file= +C:\Users\Documents\Private-Public-key-cert\Cert.crt --ssl_fingerprint +=B1:51:CE:74:BC:55:0F:F4:FF:17.......... app.psgi [webapp:35672] core @2021-05-05 00:19:35> Built config from files: C:\ +Users\Documents\Perl\Synchrony-Perl\webapp\config.yml C:\Users\Docume +nts\Perl\Synchrony-Perl\webapp\environments\development.yml in (eval +272) l. 910 failed to listen to port 5000: at C:/Strawberry/perl/site/lib/HTTP/Se +rver/PSGI.pm line 103.

      The doc for IO::Socket::SSL suggests setting the environment variable $IO::Socket::SSL::DEBUG to 1, 2 or 3.

      Hope this helps!


      The way forward always starts with a minimal test.

        Hello Team, I have written a small program to verify my self-signed certificate. Please check below command that we are getting error.

        use IO::Socket::SSL qw(debug3); use Net::SSLeay; # simple server my $server = IO::Socket::SSL->new( # where to listen LocalAddr => '127.0.0.1', LocalPort => 5000, Listen => 10, # which certificate to offer # with SNI support there can be different certificates per hostnam +e #verify_mode => Net::SSLeay->VERIFY_PEER(), SSL_cert_file => 'C:/Users/Documents/Private-Public-key-cert/Cert. +crt', SSL_key_file => 'C:/Users/Documents/Private-Public-key-cert/Privat +e0504.key', ca_file => 'C:/Users/Documents/Private-Public-key-cert/cacerts', ) or die "failed to listen: $!"; # accept client my $client = $server->accept or die "failed to accept or ssl handshake: $!,$SSL_ERROR";

        Output available

        DEBUG: .../IO/Socket/SSL.pm:3010: new ctx 43981520 DEBUG: .../IO/Socket/SSL.pm:1031: no socket yet

        Can you please let me know this is expected?

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