[openssl-users] Why was early data rejected?

Matt Caswell matt at openssl.org
Wed Sep 12 11:08:56 UTC 2018

Nothing particularly unexpected in there. Could you send me the s_server
log including *both* connections, i.e. the original connection attempt
to create the session, followed by the subsequent resume.



On 12/09/18 11:50, John Jiang wrote:
> Could you please take a look at the attached s_client.log?
> It was outputted by s_client with options -trace and -state in the
> second connection.
> Matt Caswell <matt at openssl.org <mailto:matt at openssl.org>> 于2018年9月12
> 日周三 下午4:48写道:
>     On 12/09/18 09:34, John Jiang wrote:
>     >
>     > It looks the session was resumed, but early data still was rejected.
>     Hmm. Strange. I just tried the exact same sequence of commands and it
>     was accepted.
>     One thing to try is to recompile OpenSSL with the "enable-ssl-trace"
>     config option. Then you can add the "-trace" option to s_client and/or
>     s_server which might give a better clue as to why it is rejected.
>     Matt
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