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Cipher list format

Has anyone made changed to the SSL Cipher list, what is the proper format?

Its covered here:
http://www.novell.com/documentation/datasynchronizer1/datasync1_admin/data/bn0urtq.html

That part of the document says, "In the <sslCiphers> tag in the
Connector XML Source window, replace list with the desired values as
provided by the openssl command."

The openSSL output varies depending on what command is given, but the
simple option shows a colon as the delimiter. Or would it be carriage
return with one cipher per line?
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Re: Cipher list format

In article <Qdj3v.296$BB4.236@novprvlin0913.provo.novell.com>, Unsigned wrote:
> Has anyone made changed to the SSL Cipher list, what is the proper format?
>
> Its covered here:
> http://www.novell.com/documentation/datasynchronizer1/datasync1_admin/data/bn0urtq.html
>
> That part of the document says, "In the <sslCiphers> tag in the
> Connector XML Source window, replace list with the desired values as
> provided by the openssl command."
>

I haven't played with that setting myself and it doesn't even appear to be an option
under GMS, but I would take it literally and put it exactly like how the output of the
specified command is done with the colon as a delimiter. Some googling shows that the
colon is a very common delimiter for such cipher lists.



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