Create a Remote Node Record

The create remotenode command creates a remote node record and configures the protocol settings. The command has the following parameters:

Command Parameter Values
create remotenode model=Name of an existing node to use as a model to copy from. name of a valid remote node
  Name=Identifies name of the remote node record. name
  protocol=Specifies a comma delimited list of Protocols to use in the remote node record. Disable | TLS 1.2,TLS 1.3 |DefaultToLN

TLS1.0, TLS1.1, and SSL3.0 are deprecated and should not be used. It is recommended that trading partners using deprecated protocols migrate to TLS 1.3 or TLS 1.2.

(See Display Protocols)

  SecurityMode Disable | FIPS140-2 | SP800-131A_TRANSITION | SP800-131A_STRICT | SUITE_B-128 | SUITE_B-192 | DefaultToLN

(See Display SecurityModes)

  override=Identifies if values in the copy statement can override values defined in the remote node record. y | n | DefaultToLN
  AuthTimeout=Specifies the maximum time, in seconds, that the system waits to receive the IBM Connect:Direct® control blocks exchanged during then Connect:Direct authentication process. 0–3600

The default is 120 seconds.

  KeyCertLabel=Identifies the label of the key certificate. keycert label | null
  EncryptData=If no is specified, Encrypt Only Control Block Information; data is sent unencrypted. Default is Yes - data and control block information are encrypted. y | n | DefaulttoLN
  ClientAuth = Enables client authentication with a remote trading partner. y | n | DefaultToLN
  CertCommonName=The certificate common name defined in the certificate. name | null

null—Clears any existing values from the node definition.

  CipherSuites= Specifies the cipher suites enabled. comma delimited list of cipher suites | All | null
  SeaCertValDef=Character string defined in Sterling External Authentication Server (SEAS). character string | null

null—Clears any existing values from the node definition.