[Freeswitch-users] TLS newbie question

Brian West brian at freeswitch.org
Sat Aug 30 03:16:36 PDT 2008

That device doesn't support TLS nor does it support the standard of  
SRTP key exchange method we use(SDES).  It uses a sick twisted method  
of doing SRTP with info packets that even cisco is going to be  
switching from that to SDES.

If you want something that supports TLS I highly recommend a Snom or  


On Aug 30, 2008, at 5:04 AM, xbipin wrote:

> my question is that in the freeswitch ssl folder i have 2 files
> agent.pem (contains RSA PRIVATE KEY and CERTIFICATE)
> cacert.pem (contains CERTIFICATE)
> now for the device connecting to to freeswitch, i use the linksys  
> spa3102
> ATA and it supports TLS and there r 2 fields in it:
> Mini Certificate
> SRTP Private Key
> now i want to be able to use TLS as well as SRTP so what do i put in  
> those 2
> fields, i mean from the 2 files in freeswitch folder, what portion  
> should i
> use for the device or is it that in TLS, freeswitch gives the key to  
> the
> device automatically?
> in the device properties it shows:
> Client Certificate: installed
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