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Eric Wright



I have enabled ssl to my server via cloudflare and everything works except on port 5443 where connections time out perhaps as they are being dropped. I have allowed connections to the port via iptables and confirmed that rule was present and loaded.

I see that there is a shell script to allow ssl but it does not run on centos as it uses apt-get.

What Can I do? The project I am working on requires webRTC broadcasting from the browser and when I run the WebRTCApp included with antmedia it just times out trying to connect. Without SSL it does not run at all.

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Hi Eric,

I have good news for you. Here is centos support version of Enable_ssl.sh https://github.com/ant-media/Ant-Media-Server/blob/feature/support-centos-ssl/src/main/server/enable_ssl.sh
Usage example: sudo ./enable_ssl.sh -d domainname.com

Please inform me, if you faced any problem.

Best Regards,
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