Version 9 (modified by bennylp, 13 years ago) (diff)


Configuring PJSIP with TLS


The TLS support in PJSIP requires OpenSSL development kit (headers and libs) to be installed. Please see Getting Started page for more info.

Update (for PJSIP 1.5 onwards):

TLS support on Symbian is implemented natively using CSecureSocket, hence it doesn't require OpenSSL development kit. Please see TLS_on_Symbian for the detailed information.

Build PJSIP with TLS Support

Add this in config_site.h:


And rebuild PJSIP.

Update (for PJSIP 1.5 onward):

SIP TLS transport is implemented based on the new PJLIB secure socket abstraction, and its availability is based on PJ_HAS_SSL_SOCK macro value. For autoconf build system, the value is automatically detected based on OpenSSL availability. For other platforms, please declare this in your config_site.h:

#define PJ_HAS_SSL_SOCK 1

The PJSIP_HAS_TLS_TRANSPORT default value will be set to PJ_HAS_SSL_SOCK setting.

Running pjsua as TLS Server

  1. You will need to have all three PEM files:
    1. The root certificate
    2. The server certificate
    3. The private key
  2. Run pjsua:
    $ ./pjsua --use-tls --tls-ca-file root.pem --tls-cert-file server-cert.pem --tls-privkey-file privkey.pem
  3. To see more TLS options, run ./pjsua --help.

Running pjsua as TLS Client

To make call to SERVER using TLS:

$ ./pjsua --use-tls <sip:SERVER;transport=tls>

To see more TLS options, run ./pjsua --help.