[erlang-questions] where to find correct documentation for erlang distribution over SSL?

Kris Prieb <>
Tue Mar 24 04:29:53 CET 2009


Michael, I'm already familiar with the contents at the link you
mentioned through a lot of googling, but thanks anyway.

After some further noodling around I've been able to establish an SSL
connection to a single node where I've created the initiating
(non-erlang node) end point myself using the SSL application.  I still
am unable get the full erlang distribution running on SSL, however, so
I remain open to suggestions.

Kris

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Date: Mon, 23 Mar 2009 16:01:58 -0700
From: Michael McDaniel <>
Subject: Re: [erlang-questions] where to find correct documentation
       for     erlang distribution over SSL?
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 old, but possibly will assist ...


 http://trapexit.org/Distributed_erlang_using_ssl_through_firewalls


~M


On Mon, Mar 23, 2009 at 04:35:51PM -0500, Kris Prieb wrote:
> I have been trying to start erlang distribution over SSL using SSL
> 3.10 in OTP R12-B5 by following Section 5 of the SSL User's Guide
> (http://www.erlang.org/doc/apps/ssl/usersguide_frame.html). ?I have
> gotten two nodes up, but I cannot get them to successfully
> net_adm:ping/1 each other.?(I get a pang not a pong).  I only just
> read that the documentation for distribution over SSL is in fact not
> entirely correct.  As noted in the release notes for SSL 3.10:
>
> "1.1.3 Known Bugs and Problems
> Running erlang distribution over ssl don't work as described in the
> documentation.
> Own Id: OTP-7536"
>
> Does anyone know where I might find correct documentation on erlang
> distribution over SSL, or alternatively, what parts of the current
> documentation are incorrect and how?
>
> Thanks in advance!
> Kris
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