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comment Exim after Thunderbird update: “Could not negotiate a supported cipher suite”
@MichaelHampton: I did not configure any cipher suites in my exim config, hoping that the guys that develop exim/gnutls have a better understanding of ssl than I do and choose good default. I could not figure out how to check what the defaults actually are. I did not update the server after updating thunderbird. However I made sure that I am running the most recent version from the debian repo.
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answered Exim after Thunderbird update: “Could not negotiate a supported cipher suite”
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comment Exim after Thunderbird update: “Could not negotiate a supported cipher suite”
@TeroKilkanen: I tried that, but I get the following error (I shortend it): tls_require_ciphers invalid: gnutls_priority_init(ECDHE-RSA-AES128-GCM-SHA256:[..]:!MD5:!PSK) failed at offset 0, "ECDHE-RS.." failed: The request is invalid.
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comment Exim after Thunderbird update: “Could not negotiate a supported cipher suite”
How do I configure those with exim4 and GNU TLS? I figured that there is the tls_require_ciphers option in exim, but the manual says that it is just a "priority string" and that sounds like I just set which ciphers are preferred but not which are supported.
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comment Exim after Thunderbird update: “Could not negotiate a supported cipher suite”
@sebix: It's the defaults. How do I figure out what the defaults are? The "new" version is 31.
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comment Load balance outbound traffic to a single destination over two gateways
Shouldn't it be possible to do this without a VPN using the idea I described in the question? After all Youtube should not even know from which of the two connections my packets came from. (I only need to load balance outgoing traffic, incoming traffic is no problem).
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comment Load balance outbound traffic to a single destination over two gateways
@RobbieMckennie: I did. I happen to have linked just this article in my question above and explained why I believe it won't help.
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