In configuring the asterisk manager (I’m using to use SSL, you have to (theoretically) do the following:
- Generate an ssl key (with openssl).
- Use that ssl key to generate an ssl certificate (also with openssl).
- Concatenate (1) and (2) together to create your asterisk cert.
- Configure the manager to enable ssl and use the aforesaid cert.
Step 4 entails adding the following lines to the manager.conf file then reloading the manager:
sslenable = yes sslbindport = <somepPort> sslbindaddr = <someIpAddress> sslcert = /path/to/cert
However, upon reloading the manager the CLI throws me the following error: "__init_manager: Invalid keyword = in manager.conf [general].
Why is asterisk not understanding this argument? Does http.conf need special configuring as well?