[openssl-users] How to use a specific ip interface while testing TLS/SSL connectivity.

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Fri Feb 8 18:06:48 UTC 2019

Hi Rajinder

There shouldn’t be any issues depending on how your host OS is performing the routing to the network the SSL/TLS endpoint is on.

Try a tracerout to the IP to see where it goes, and a telnet IP 80 or 443 to make sure you can connect to the web server.



Mark A. Lane

> On 9 Feb 2019, at 04:20, Rajinder Pal Singh <rajin6594 at gmail.com <mailto:rajin6594 at gmail.com>> wrote:
> Hi, 
> I want to use a specific ip interface (out of several available ethernet interfaces available on my server) to test TLS/SSL connectivity to a remote server. 
> Wondering if its possible? 
> Regards,
> Rajinder. 
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