[Standards] xep-0177 - question about DTLS
stpeter at jabber.org
Wed Feb 7 18:29:07 UTC 2007
Mikael Magnusson wrote:
> Robin Redeker wrote:
>> A question arised when i read section 4.1 (End-to-End Data Encryption):
>> In order to secure the data stream, implementations SHOULD use
>> encryption methods appropriate to the transport method; in the case
>> of UDP, that would include Datagram Transport Layer Security (DTLS)
>> as specified in RFC 4347
>> Who is the server and who is the client in those connections?
>> Is the server side the initiating entity? And does that mean
>> that all clients which are able to init such a transfer have
>> to know about DTLS?
> Maybe XEP-0117 over DTLS needs something similar to the 'setup'
> attribute used in draft-fischl-mmusic-sdp-dtls-01?
Something like that, yes.
> BTW, do you know any fully working open source DTLS library? The DTLS
> implementation in OpenSSL is buggy. I reported a bug in November 2005
> and supplied a patch, but it hasn't been fixed yet AFAIK.
Well, that's not good. :(
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