Getting Additional Stunnel Logs via SSL VPN

By: kchendil

April 4, 2007 7:57 am

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How can I get additional stunnel logs in the Linux client after connecting to the SSL VPN server?


You can get the stunnel logs in the <homefolder>/.sslvpn/log/stunnel.log directory, after connecting to the SSL VPN server.

1. Open the file located in the following directory in the SSL VPN server:


2. Change the debug level to 7 in the stunnel_conf function. Change the following line:

echo "debug = 6" >> $STUNNEL_FILE


echo "debug = 7" >> $STUNNEL_FILE

3. Restart Tomcat by entering the following command:

/etc/init.d/novell-tomcat restart

4. Restart the SSL VPN sever by entering the following commands:

/etc/init.d/novell-sslvpn stop
/etc/init.d/novell-sslvpn start

5. Purge the proxy cache from the Administration Console.


You can get the stunnel logs in <homefolder>/.sslvpn/log/stunnel.log directory after connecting to the SSL VPN server.

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