Am Freitag, den 02.02.2018, 16:28 +0100 schrieb
rosario.contar...@esa.int:
> Hi Tim, 
> 
> with --with-ssl=openssl compiled and ran. 

That's good to hear :-)


> Unfortunately it still not working: 
> 
>  /home/coadmin/temp/wget-project/wget-1.14/src/wget -v --debug https:
> //ssd.jpl.nasa.gov/dat/radar_data_ast.txt 
> DEBUG output created by Wget 1.14 on linux-gnu. 
> 
> --2018-02-02 16:27:57--  https://ssd.jpl.nasa.gov/dat/radar_data_ast.
> txt 
> Resolving ssd.jpl.nasa.gov... 128.149.23.134 
> Caching ssd.jpl.nasa.gov => 128.149.23.134 
> Connecting to ssd.jpl.nasa.gov|128.149.23.134|:443... connected. 
> Created socket 3. 
> Releasing 0x000000000068ab20 (new refcount 1). 
> Initiating SSL handshake. 
> SSL handshake failed. 
> OpenSSL: error:14077410:SSL routines:SSL23_GET_SERVER_HELLO:sslv3
> alert handshake failure 
> Closed fd 3 
> Unable to establish SSL connection. 
> 
> Any idea why?

The client and server can't agree on a SSL/TLS protocol as it seems.

First try wget1.16 (at least !) - of course it would be perfect if you
get 1.19.4 compiled and installed. That version should support TLSv1.1
and TLSv1.2 (using --secure-protocol to explicitly set it).

If that doesn't work out... then you have to update OpenSSL (or try 
wget 1.16+ with GnuTLS).


> I feel like I am abusing of your time ... If you are nearby Darmstadt
> and curious about visiting ESA I'll be happy to walk you around in
> exchange for your courtesy. 

Thanks, that's a nice offer. And would do it, but I live near Hamburg.

Regards, Tim


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