For an SSL
transaction to be initiated, and for successful completion of the SSL
handshake, the server and the client should agree on an SSL protocol that both
of them support. If the SSL protocol version supported by the client is not
acceptable to the server, the server does not go ahead with the transaction,
and an error message is displayed.
You can configure
the server to display a precise error message (user-configured or internally
generated) advising the client on the next action to be taken. Configuring the
server to display this message requires that you set up SSLv2 redirection.