Using TLS

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Adding a TLS transport

TODO

Cerificate Types and Naming conventions

There are five types of certificates that can be used by the resiprocate stack:

Root Certificate

Contains available public keys for CA's (Certificate Authorities)

ROOT_CERT_<name>.PEM

eg.
    ROOT_CERT_verisign.PEM
    ROOT_CERT_mycertauth.PEM

Domain Ceritificates and Keys

Contains available certificates and private keys for the domains the system serves

DOMAIN_CERT_<domainname>.PEM
DOMAIN_KEY_<domainname>.PEM

eg. 
    DOMAIN_CERT_sip.example.com.PEM
    DOMAIN_KEY_sip.example.com.PEM

User certificates and Keys

Contains available certificates and private keys for specific users (used for S/MIME)

USER_CERT_<username>.PEM
USER_KEY_<username>.PEM