TLS + DA + Openlitespeed

smtalk

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Currently you may set this in /usr/local/directadmin/data/templates/custom/cust_openlitespeed.CUSTOM.6.pre:
Code:
sslProtocol             28
Then just execute:
Code:
/usr/local/directadmin/custombuild/build rewrite_confs
OpenLiteSpeed might add a way to disable it globally in the future, without touching templates at all :)
 

denellum

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Currently you may set this in /usr/local/directadmin/data/templates/custom/cust_openlitespeed.CUSTOM.6.pre:
Code:
sslProtocol             28
Then just execute:
Code:
/usr/local/directadmin/custombuild/build rewrite_confs
OpenLiteSpeed might add a way to disable it globally in the future, without touching templates at all :)
That file doesn't exist for me, when i add it, and execute the script, it does not change anything for me :( still using :
TLS 1.1 Yes
TLS 1.0 Yes
 

denellum

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I edited the following files :

Code:
 openlitespeed_vhost.conf
openlitespeed_listener.conf
and changed it to 28, and that removed 1.0 but not 1.1
 

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It's 24 without TLS 1.1 too :)

Code:
sslProtocol             28
CUSTOM6 post code should work, but.. might be a bug then. Custom template is also fine to use.
 

denellum

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Thank you!
Where can i find documentation on the levels? Google-Fu isn't helping me right now :(
 

denellum

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Also : how can i add this to the template so i will not lose changes on an update? I added the previous to the file mentioned above and it did nothing :(
 

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Hello,

Thanks for the report. I've added support for Global and per-Domain CUSTOM.X token files for the OpenLiteSpeed files:
https://directadmin.com/features.php?id=2442
See the EXAMPLE at the bottom for your specific request.

It's in the pre-release binaries, which should be done compiling/uploading in about 20 minutes.

John
 
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