Error 34557064 is a relatively common error that can be caused by a number of factors. If you see this error on your iOS device, you may have installed an app that was created for an older version of iOS and won’t run on your device’s newer operating system. In this article we’ll take a look at what you can do to fix this issue “Error: write EPROTO 34557064:error:100000f7:SSL routines:OPENSSL_internal:WRONG_VERSION_NUMBER “. Let’s begin!
What is ” Error: write EPROTO 34557064:error:100000f7:SSL routines:OPENSSL_internal:WRONG_VERSION_NUMBER” error?
The problem occurred when we attempted to submit to HTTPS, but the API solely supported HTTP. Here’s what we encountered.
Error: write EPROTO 34557064:error:100000f7:SSL routines:OPENSSL_internal:WRONG_VERSION_NUMBER:../../third_party/boringssl/src/ssl/tls_record.cc:242:
Cause of error
The error can occur due to a number of reasons below:
1. This error occurs when it is discovered that the API the user is using is operating on http and we’re trying to connect using https.
2. Error can also occur because you are testing the API request for postman.
3. Another scenario is when the error message for the person asking the question occurs, and this is when you send an https message to an website which’s SSL certificate is expired. In this case we believe that all you need to be able to do is get the person who owns the endpoint of the endpoint aware and then hope that they can solve the problem.
How to fix the Error: write EPROTO 34557064:error:100000f7:SSL routines:OPENSSL_internal:WRONG_VERSION_NUMBER?
Here are some methods. Please consult and choose the right solution for you.
Method 1: Change to HTTP
The problem occurs when we use HTTPS instead of HTTP. We apply this method to the localhost. Here’s what we do to try to solve the issue.
We change the URL of the operating API from
https: // localhost: 8092 / to
http: // localhost: 8092 /.
The character ‘s’ within HTTPS means secure, but localhosts aren’t always under HTTPS. You may, however, configure an HTTPS proxy for localhost.
Method 2: Check URL link
Make sure that the URL link that was used during the development process is the same link that has that was used for testing the postman.
Example: during development the URL link used is
http://_. Then, when testing with postman, make sure that the link is identical to URL
The API requests from Http:// and Https:// are handled differently.
It is important to understand that you are receiving this error because you tried HTTPS instead of HTTP. The answer may not be ideal, but you may improve it by incorporating your suggestions.
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