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Re: [Linphone-developers] Linphone error "Could not start tls transport
Re: [Linphone-developers] Linphone error "Could not start tls transport on port"
Thu, 10 Apr 2014 20:56:53 +0000
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On Thu, Apr 10, 2014 at 10:39:42PM +0200, Neteru wrote:
> Hi thanks for your quick response. I use indeed the wonderful
> "ArchLinux" with Linphone version 3.7.0.
> Why is OpenSSL dropped? And why PolarSSL?
As far as I understood, this seems to be due to a lack of trust that the
Linphone team has towards OpenSSL.
However, I did not see any official statement or justification from the
team to explain the move. This seems to me a fairly important choice in
terms of security, so it may have been good to have a few lines in a
ChangeLog or something.
> Does this mean that Linphone
> is now broken on my system. I don't use Encryption for linphone cause I
> only call to land lines.
I don't know. When I upgrade to 3.7.0 and noticed that TLS was broken, I
had to to change my account transport to TCP, because obviously TLS did
Apart from losing TLS encryption, Linphone continued to work fine for
> I will try to follow the steps that you have provided in your link:
Feel free to ask!
> On 04/10/2014 10:12 PM, KheOps wrote:
> > On Thu, Apr 10, 2014 at 10:08:33PM +0200, Neteru wrote:
> > > Hi there,
> > Hi,
> > > First I want to say I'm a happy linphone user for many years. I never
> > > had any problems with linphone. But after some update every time when
> > > linphone starts I get this error message "Could not start tls transport
> > > on port" this is some random port range. Now when I use linphone to call
> > > then nobody can hear me anymore on the other side. How can this please
> > > be fixed?
> > In case you use ArchLinux: I got the same symptom after updating to
> > Linphone 3.7.0 from 3.6.1. This is due to Linphone dropping OpenSSL
> > support in 3.7.0 and using PolarSSL instead. However, PolarSSL is not
> > supported in the official ArchLinux repo, impliyng that the updated
> > version of Linphone lost TLS support.
> > In case your situation is the same, you may be interested in the post I
> > wrote on how I solved the issue:
> > Best,
> > KheOps
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