TLS Transport

This section is for management of TLS (Transport Layer Security) transport and related SSL certificates. This is used by your devices that are configured to use TLS. If connecting via one of the domains specified in Domains and SSL you should just upload an associated certificate.

TLS Transport

Enable TLS transport. Enable TLS for SIP endpoints that support it.

Endopint TLS Connection Options. Specify your TLS protocol method choosing one of the options:

  • Accept only TLSv1.2 Connections
  • Accept TLSv1.1 or Newer Connections
  • Accept only TLSv1.1 Connections
  • Accept TLSv1.0 or Newer Connections
  • Accept only TLSv1 (TLSv1.0) Connections

Certificate. Copy your certificate here. This field is required if TLS transport is enabled.

Private Key. Copy your private key here. This field is required if TLS transport is enabled.

Root Certificate. Sets the root certificate (Certificate Authority). This field is required if TLS transport is enabled.

Require Certificate. When enabled, system will require a certificate from a client connecting to the TLS port. If the client does not offer a certificate, certificate verification will fail.

Verify Certificate. If enabled, it will force certificate verification when connecting to other SIP servers via TLS.