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[Grizzly] Wanted some help with SSL

 
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Hi!

I have some issue setting up SSL with Grizzly server. I am using Grizzly 2 and the web browser as the client. Following is my startup code:



I generated the certificates using the following method



So when I browse https://localhost:3000 the browser simply says it could not establish secure connection to server. I checked the debug log and it had thrown an SSLHandshakeException saying that there were no cipher suites in common. Following is the complete debug log http://pastebin.com/Q6U7Q8wW

Can someone help me with this?

Abhinav
 
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It would be more helpful if you posted the debug log here, rather than making people go to some other site -- which may or may not be trustworthy.
 
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Paul Clapham wrote:It would be more helpful if you posted the debug log here, rather than making people go to some other site -- which may or may not be trustworthy.



The log is rather big so I thought maybe Pastbin would be better. But ok, I'll update the post.
 
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Abhinav Hardikar wrote:

Paul Clapham wrote:It would be more helpful if you posted the debug log here, rather than making people go to some other site -- which may or may not be trustworthy.



The log is rather big so I thought maybe Pastbin would be better. But ok, I'll update the post.



I can't update the post, can I :(
 
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Wy would you need to update a post that already has replies? Add any extra info as a reply.
 
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