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Check the ciphers they are using, then check what is available on that

I've seen it more than once.. that's why I included it in the list. It
actually happened more with old systems than new, but you never know.

You could also open a ticket with IBM. They'll have you run a trace and
tell you more details. They're pretty good about that.

On Wed, Apr 20, 2022 at 12:28 PM James H. H. Lampert via MIDRANGE-L <
midrange-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

On 4/20/22 10:06 AM, Brad Stone wrote:
From https://fieldexit.com/forum/display?threadid=388:

-13 [412] - SSL_ERROR_NOT_SUPPORTED - This normally means that the SSL
Certificate used by the server is not compatible with the available
suites set up on your system.

Interesting. But rather bizarre, given that the web service is hosted on
Amazon AWS, supporting TLS 1.2 with TLS 1.1 as a fallback, the box
trying to access it is on V7R4, and we've got multiple V7R3 customer
boxes that are having no difficulty at all.

I can determine (and have determined) what the web service supports with
a simple SSLLabs scan. How would I check what their box can deal with,
calling a web service? (I vaguely recall doing something of that sort a
couple of years ago, but can't recall how.)

Also, is there a possibility that this could be caused by a firewall
blocking the box from accessing outside web services? I'm told that it's
a cloud LPAR, rather than an in-house box.

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