Who needs a stunnel if you have a tls tunnel?
tlstunnel is picky; it won't accept connections:
which do not contain the secure renegotiation extension
which speak SSL version 3
if the given certificate chain is not valid (or contains an X.509 version 1 certificate, or less than 1024 bits RSA public key
opam install tlstunnel after
opam init finished.
A sample command line is:
tlstunnel -b 127.0.0.1:8080 -f 4433 -cert server.pem
which listens on TCP port
4433 with the given certificate chain
and private key (both in
server.pem), and forwards
127.0.0.1 on port
An optional argument is
-l FILE to log into a file instead of to
--help for all command line arguments.
>= "3.0.0" & < "5.0.0"
>= "0.6.1" & < "0.7.0"