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Module Rpc_ssl


module Rpc_ssl: sig .. end
Securing RPC by SSL

The following configuration objects allow it to encapsulate a stream with SSL. Note that this is only possible with stream sockets.



Clients

SSL is only supported for the new Rpc_client.create2 interface. If you are using ocamlrpcgen look for the generated create_client2 functions.

Use `Socket(Rpc.Tcp, connector, (Rpc_ssl.ssl_client_socket_config ctx)) as mode2 argument for the create2 function. The connector can be any supported connector. Pass the SSL context as ctx.

class ssl_client_socket_config : Ssl.context -> Rpc_client.socket_config
SSL configuration class for clients
val ssl_client_socket_config : Ssl.context -> Rpc_client.socket_config
SSL configuration object for clients

Servers

SSL is only supported for the new Rpc_server.create2 interface. If you are using ocamlrpcgen new-style functions are generated when you pass the -srv2 argument.

Use `Socket(Rpc.Tcp, connector, (Rpc_ssl.ssl_server_socket_config ctx)) as mode2 argument for the create2 function. The connector can be any supported connector. Pass the SSL context as ctx.

class ssl_server_socket_config : ?get_peer_user_name:Ssl.context -> Ssl.socket -> string option -> Ssl.context -> Rpc_server.socket_config
SSL configuration class for servers
val ssl_server_socket_config : ?get_peer_user_name:(Ssl.context -> Ssl.socket -> string option) ->
Ssl.context -> Rpc_server.socket_config
SSL configuration object for servers
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