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Multiple Radiator configuration clauses are built on top of common server and client stream modules. These modules support TCP and SCTP stream transport protocols and can optionally be configured to use TLS for transport security.
The exact behaviour of many of the configuration parameters, such as the search order between TLS_CAFile and TLS_CAPath, depends on the TLS library Radiator uses. This is typically OpenSSL but can be LibreSSL or any other TLS library that works with Net::SSLeay Perl module. For more information about Net::SSLeay and OpenSSL, see Section 2.1.7. Net::SSLeay and OpenSSL.
The default values for the TLS configuration parameters are the same for all configuration clauses unless otherwise stated.