Hi everyone I've been through the list archives trying to find previous instances about the subject but haven't managed to find anything.
Does anybody have any experiences with configuring Radiator with MySQL over SSL? I'm being forced to cypher the MySQL traffic to follow corporate guidelines, but seeing so scarce information about the topic is leading me to think it might not be a good idea. The way I see it (and I haven't set foot on the lab yet) , it should be as simple as making sure that the perl modules in place support SSL and specifying a specially crafted DBSource on the Radiator config (according to http://search.cpan.org/~michielb/DBD-mysql-4.042/lib/DBD/mysql.pm). Something like: DBSource DBI:mysql:database=radiusp;host=mysql_server;port=3306;mysql_ssl=1; mysql_ssl_client_key=/test/client-key.pem; mysql_ssl_client_cert=/test/client-cert.pem; mysql_ssl_ca_file=/test/b2bca-cert.pem Right? Thanks in advance - Bruno
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