Error codes can be found in library QSYSINC (if installed
on your system) in source PF named H, member SSL.

3426 I believe is a TCPIP error, and found n member ERRNO.
 Something about a remote socket was rejected.

I couldn't find 406 in the list of errors for SSL.

Things to check:

The certificate is actually installed in your "store"
The certificate is "trusted"
Authority is at least *RX for directories and *R for the
file itself for *PUBLIC or QTMHHTTP.

SSL setup really blows on the AS/400.  I've done it a few
times and every time it seemed to be different.  Best to
call IBM support for something like this.  I'm sure they're
getting good at helping.  :)


On Thu, 23 Oct 2003 12:50:10 -0500
 "Steve McKay" <steve.mckay@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> List -
> I'm trying to turn on SSL on our Apache HTTP server
> (V5R2).  I have created
> a Certificate Store and certificates and have added the
> certificate created
> to my browser.  When I attempt to connect to the website
> using HTTPS, I am
> getting no response and am getting SSL errors in the
> Apache error log as
> follows:
> ZSRV_MSG0216: Error occurred during SSL processing, error
> = 406.
> ZSRV_MSG0252: SSL initialization operation failed, return
> code error = 3426
> Where can I find out what these error codes mean?
> Also, this particular website is protected by an
> validation list which
> prompts for username and password.  This is working
> correctly when using SSL
> but there is no subsequent page displayed.  If I turn off
> SSL, I still get
> challenged for name/password followed by the expected
> page.
> TIA,
> Steve
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