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Openfire can't use port 7443 (after update 4.2.3 --> 4.3.2)

Hello All;
I update Openfire 4.2.3 to version 4.3.2 and the use of 7443 port stop.

In this port I had running inVerse pluging using the URL https://jabber.gtm.onat.gob.cu:7443/inverse/ and after the update I can not used this URL anymore, I had to change it to http://gtmmi.gtm.onat.gob.cu:7070/inverse/ because the 7443 port had no access.

Yesterday I install the Openfire Meetings, that use the 7443 port to, and the URL https://jabber.gtm.onat.gob.cu:7443/ofmeet had no access.

When I try to access to this address the Firefox browser says:

“”"Conexión segura fallida

Ha ocurrido un error al conectar con jabber.gtm.onat.gob.cu:7443. No se puede comunicar de forma segura con la otra parte: no hay algoritmos de cifrado comunes. Código de error: SSL_ERROR_NO_CYPHER_OVERLAP"""

I use the self-signed certificates created for the Openfire.

In Openfire 4.2.3 (and previous version) the Openfire self-signed certificates are created both RSA and DSA, after update 4.3.2 the DSA certificates are not created. Is this the cause of the 7443 port access failed?

Any suggestion to work around? How I can fix this situations?

Thank a lot for helping me.

Hello all;
I update to Openfire 4.4.0 and the problem still be there. Is impossible to use any plugin that use the 7443 port; for example, inVerse and Openfire Meetings.

When I been using the Openfire version 4.2.3, I use the inVerse plugin with no problem in 7443 port, after update to version 4.3.2 this is impossible.

I use selft-signed certificate created by the Openfire. In the logs I can not find nothing usable or interest.

Any suggestion or any idea to fix this problem.

Thank in advance.

inverse works for me on 4.4.0 and port 7443. Also using self-signed certs.

Hello wroot; thank for answer me;

then, is possible that my problem is because the installation of this Openfire came from version 4.0.1? I mean, this Openfire was installed in that version first (4.0.1), then 4.1.4, 4.1.6, 4.2.1, 4.2.3, 4.3.2 and now 4.4.0. Maybe some old configuration that is not used anymore?

The operating system is CentOS 7.6 and always use the openfire-x.x.x.x86_64.rpm version, using the command “rpm --upgrade openfire-x.x.x.x86_64.rpm”