Configure Mutual Authentication between IBM UrbanCode Deploy Server- UrbanCode Relay Server- UrbanCode Agents
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Mutual authentication or two-way authentication (sometimes written as 2WAY authentication) refers to two parties authenticating each other at the same time.
Mutual authentication is typically used only when extra level of security is needed,In technology terms, it refers to a client or user authenticating themselves to a server and that server authenticating itself to the user in such a way that both parties are assured of the others' identity.
Mutual Authentication In UrbanCode Deploy can be between the Server and the Agent or between the Server-Relay Server /Relay Server-Agent.
Mutual Authentication can be configured in either one of the following method:
I> During the Server-Relay Server-Agent installation by choosing “Yes/Y” at the step “Do you want the Server and Agent communication to require mutual authentication?”
II> Ensure that the following properties are set in the Serv
Example: keytool -import -keystore server.keystore -storepass changeit -alias agentrelay -file agentrelay.crt -keypass changeit -noprompt
Configure Relay Server-Agent Mutual Authentication
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