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Site policy | Privacy | Contact Blog About Login Free Trial Downloads Rolling Releases Get the most from Jenkins with best and latest release. is in roomate's room). 4) Same as above although I have restarted the router at least. 5) Tried a few times. 6) I don't have another comp with ubuntu, these connections This post suggests it may clear up on it's own? Download in other formats: Comma-delimited Text Tab-delimited Text RSS Feed Skip to main content Home Documentation Downloads Demo Tracker Development Translation Moodle.net Search You are currently using guest access (Log in) http://crimsonskysoftware.com/unknown-ssl/unknown-ssl-protocol-error-in-connection-to-graph-facebook-com.html

HTH,MatteoAverage of ratings: - Permalink | Show parent | ReplyRe: Google Drive SSL protocol error, moodle 2.6Phani KalluriTuesday, 31 December 2013, 7:53 PMHello Matteo,   I can understand the pain in That is too high, and will cause fragmentation. 1476 is the magic number that will work with the most sites. Capture the traffic using tcpdump or Whireshark and get it analysed (post it here for example). # 1. In the "IPv4 Settings" tab, make sure it's set to "Automatic (DHCP)". http://stackoverflow.com/questions/19822075/fb-sdk-and-curl-unknown-ssl-protocol-error-in-connection-to-graph-facebook-com

How about a traceroute (you may have to install traceroute to use it, FYI)? It should not serve as an end-all list but it should provide some quick pointers. rarity?

  1. Simply right click the networking icon by the clock and select "Edit Connections...".
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  3. comment:36 Changed 5 years ago by [email protected] Confirmed fixed for my case (ruby).
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created web application with client ID and key with redirect URL and all. Success! Also for some reason Ubuntu doesn't always pick up the connection, I sometimes have to restart for it to connect. 12.04 ssl https share|improve this question edited Sep 18 '12 at Magic Item Distribution?

Browse other questions tagged php facebook-graph-api ssl facebook-fql or ask your own question. scaryTry running curl with the option --sslv3. What are the German equivalents of “First World War”, “World War I”, and “WWI”? http://stackoverflow.com/questions/8389293/ssl-timeouts-and-unknown-ssl-protocol-errors Rainer comment:8 Changed 5 years ago by [email protected] Cc [email protected] added Cc Me!

Save and reconnect. In IBM GSKit, you can specify how long the private key password is valid. The SSL Private Key Has Expired I came across this one earlier today working with an old WebSeAL site. You can verify that with a simple "host" or "nslookup".

With this patch curl tlsv1 still fails in my tests. For the MOST compatibility, the MTU on the WAN side of your network device (router, modem, etc) should be 1476. can interfere with connecting to a site (I had this issue with Google a while back). You can verify that with a simple "host" or "nslookup".

After some googling I learned that to create a PPPoE connection I would need to create a DSL connection and that I could add a password & username to it. check over here Not the answer you're looking for? Die Liebe höret nimmer auf Is the ability to finish a wizard early a good idea? What error message do you see?

I'm using Ubuntu 12.04, with Windows 7 installed as well. connected* Connected to 127.0.0.1 (127.0.0.1) port 3128* Establish HTTP proxy tunnel to accounts.google.com:443* Proxy auth using Basic with user '' <-- Remember to blank what comes after "user " to avoid Level? http://crimsonskysoftware.com/unknown-ssl/unknown-ssl-protocol-error-in-connection.html Here is an mit.edu fail.

more hot questions question feed lang-php about us tour help blog chat data legal privacy policy work here advertising info mobile contact us feedback Technology Life / Arts Culture / Recreation The Destination Site Does Not Like the Cipher You could be trying to connect to the site using an ssl cipher that the site is configured to reject. comment:23 in reply to: ↑ 22 Changed 5 years ago by [email protected] Replying to [email protected]: I expect the problem is with the length of the “client hello” being greater than one byte,

FireFox just keeps trying to load but never does (the page doesn't change).

The issue is fragmentation on SSL is bad, and breaks the protocol. comment:21 Changed 5 years ago by [email protected] Thanks Dan. What are the large round dark "holes" in this NASA Hubble image of the Crab Nebula? So, if you do any of the above and get a new message, don't forget to update your question.

Have you reported the problem to the developers of openssl / curl / paypal? (I'm not sure which is at fault.) Trying to connect to ​https://trac.macports.org/ instead works fine. change to api.facebook.com all your queries in the FB SDK. What was the first operating system to feature a separate kernel? http://crimsonskysoftware.com/unknown-ssl/unknown-ssl-protocol-error-in-connection-to-443.html curl -tlsv1 https://owa.mit.edu/ comment:25 in reply to: ↑ 24 Changed 5 years ago by [email protected] Resolution set to worksforme Status changed from new to closed Replying to [email protected]: curl -tlsv1 ​https://owa.mit.edu/ The

Whether it's "the server's fault" or the library's fault, the problem still persists for components that use openssl 1.0.1. open the file in wireshark $ wireshark httpstrafficdump.pcap If you're getting Reassembling errors or Previous segment lost repeatedly, this is a clear sign about packet loss caused by a wrong MTU The magic number may work in your case, but not for others. –gertvdijk Jun 24 '13 at 17:17 The DF (Dont Fragment) bit is always set on SSL traffic How to draw a clock-diagram?

You could try to: investigate the connection issue at school and why it is trying to connect to port 800, which is where I guess your proxy comes into the game; General networking troubleshooting should apply here, but it may be outside the scope of your local network and a problem with your ISP. Also enabled Drive API. Have you tried adding the google sites (https://support.google.com/a/answer/2589954?hl=en) to your local and ISP firewalls yet?

The Destination Site Does Not Like the Cipher You could be trying to connect to the site using an ssl cipher that the site is configured to reject. If I force TLSv1 (which curl allows me to do) my fetches work OK.