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# This file is provided as documentation to show what is
# possible. It should not be used as-is, and probably should
# not be used as a starting point for a working
# configuration. Instead use basic.cfg.
verbose: true;
foreground: true;
inetd: false;
numeric: false;
transparent: false;
timeout: "2";
user: "nobody";
pidfile: "/var/run/sslh.pid";
# List of interfaces on which we should listen
listen:
(
{ host: "thelonious"; port: "443"; },
{ host: "thelonious"; port: "8080"; }
);
# List of protocols
#
# Each protocol entry consists of:
# name: name of the probe. These are listed on the command
# line (ssh -?), plus 'regex' and 'timeout'.
# service: (optional) libwrap service name (see hosts_access(5))
# host, port: where to connect when this probe succeeds
#
# Probe-specific options:
# tls:
# sni_hostnames: list of FQDN for that target
# alpn_protocols: list of ALPN protocols for that target, see:
# https://www.iana.org/assignments/tls-extensiontype-values/tls-extensiontype-values.xhtml#alpn-protocol-ids
#
# if both sni_hostnames AND alpn_protocols are specified, both must match
# if neither are set, it is just checked whether this is the TLS protocol or not
# regex:
# regex_patterns: list of patterns to match for
# that target.
#
# sslh will try each probe in order they are declared, and
# connect to the first that matches.
#
# You can specify several of 'regex' and 'tls'.
protocols:
(
{ name: "ssh"; service: "ssh"; host: "localhost"; port: "22"; },
{ name: "http"; host: "localhost"; port: "80"; },
# match BOTH ALPN/SNI
{ name: "tls"; host: "localhost"; port: "5223"; alpn_protocols: [ "xmpp-client" ]; sni_hostnames: [ "im.somethingelse.net" ]; log_level: 0;},
# just match ALPN
{ name: "tls"; host: "localhost"; port: "443"; alpn_protocols: [ "h2", "http/1.1", "spdy/1", "spdy/2", "spdy/3" ]; log_level: 0; },
{ name: "tls"; host: "localhost"; port: "xmpp-client"; alpn_protocols: [ "xmpp-client" ]; log_level: 0;},
# just match SNI
{ name: "tls"; host: "localhost"; port: "993"; sni_hostnames: [ "mail.rutschle.net", "mail.englishintoulouse.com" ]; log_level: 0; },
{ name: "tls"; host: "localhost"; port: "xmpp-client"; sni_hostnames: [ "im.rutschle.net", "im.englishintoulouse.com" ]; log_level: 0;},
# catch anything else TLS
{ name: "tls"; host: "localhost"; port: "443"; },
# OpenVPN
{ name: "regex"; host: "localhost"; port: "1194"; regex_patterns: [ "^\x00[\x0D-\xFF]$", "^\x00[\x0D-\xFF]\x38" ]; },
# Jabber
{ name: "regex"; host: "localhost"; port: "5222"; regex_patterns: [ "jabber" ]; },
# Catch-all
{ name: "regex"; host: "localhost"; port: "443"; regex_patterns: [ "" ]; },
# Where to connect in case of timeout (defaults to ssh)
{ name: "timeout"; service: "daytime"; host: "localhost"; port: "daytime"; }
);
# Optionally, specify to which protocol to connect in case
# of timeout (defaults to "ssh").
# You can timeout to any arbitrary address by setting an
# entry in 'protocols' named "timeout".
# This enables you to set a tcpd service name for this
# protocol too.
on-timeout: "timeout";