[OpenSIPS-Users] TLS certificate reloading
callum.guy at x-on.co.uk
Wed Apr 14 10:44:17 EST 2021
I recently encountered an issue where our certificates were renewed,
following which I issued: *opensips-cli -x mi tls_reload*
The CLI action indicated success however on closer inspection of the
handshake we could see the previous certificate was continuing to be
presented. Previously I have had success with the reload operation. In this
situation only a full restart resolved the issue and loaded the
We are storing certificates in the database and only use domain default
with a type 1 and type 2 record, both using the same certificate.
The following global params are set:
We also use extremely long module timeout settings to deal with an
outrageously slow peer (slow on first connect):
modparam("tls_mgm", "tls_send_timeout", 2000)
modparam("tls_mgm", "tls_handshake_timeout", 2000)
Is tls_reload expected to work under all conditions or is there something
else we need to do (i.e. tear down existing connections)? All log messages
indicated success and as we are using lets encrypt certs the subject/issuer
remained the same so only a packet capture revealed the actual serial
number of the cert - as an aside it would be useful to have the SN reported
in the reload operation.
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