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Add support for Server Name Indication. Done during IETF 103 hackathon #64

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muzaffar1331 commented Nov 2, 2018

This patch adds support for SNI (Server Name Indication). The option --tls-server-name has been added in order to specify the server name to be used in the SeverName extension sent in the ClientHello for TLS connections.

The newly added --tls-server-name flag is optional: If not specified, httperf will simply function as usual by omitting the ServerName extension in the ClientHello for TLS connections.

Example usage:
httperf --server github.com --port 443 --ssl-protocol=TLSv1.2 --tls-server-name github.com

Closes: #47

Add support for Server Name Indication. Done during IETF 103 hackathon
This patch adds support for SNI (Server Name Indication). The option
--tls-server-name has been added in order to specify the server name
to be used in the SeverName extension sent in the ClientHello for TLS
connections. The newly added --tls-server-name option is optional:
If not specified, httperf will simply function as usual by omitting
the ServerName extension in the ClientHello for TLS connections.

Closes: #47
Signed-off-by: Muzaffar Auhammud <muzaffar@cyberstorm.mu>

@erikarn erikarn merged commit 536740a into httperf:master Nov 2, 2018

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erikarn commented Nov 2, 2018

nice work! thanks!

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