[digiKam-users] SSL Handshake Failed - Geolocating images with Open Street Map

Dougie Nisbet dougie at katsura.uk
Wed Oct 6 11:26:51 BST 2021

On 06/10/2021 07:23, Olivier Croquette wrote:
> Am Dienstag, 5. Oktober 2021, 21:31:09 CEST schrieb Dougie Nisbet:
>>> This seems specific to Open Street Map. It's ok with geonames.org but
>>> this doesn't have much detail beyond country name. I had a look through
>>> the Settings but I can't see anywhere it authenticates.
> Authentication doesn't play any role in the SSL handshake. Something 
> is probably wrong with the certificates, or something is interfering 
> on the network between your computer and the server.
> Try this out on the command line:
> openssl s_client -connect www.openstreetmap.org:443
> It will create a SSL connection to the www.openstreetmap.org server. 
> It should not give any error. You can quit with CTRL-C.
> You will have to find and try the actual server that the client is 
> using and replace it accordingly on the command line.
> Olivier
I ran tcpdump while attempting the geotagging and it looks like it's 
connecting to pummelzacken.openstreetmap.org


     openssl s_client -connect pummelzacken.openstreetmap.org:443

produces no errors.

     Start Time: 1633515919
     Timeout   : 7200 (sec)
     Verify return code: 0 (ok)
     Extended master secret: no
     Max Early Data: 0
     read R BLOCK


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