Technical Blog Post
Using the generated key.jks file with the Certificate in the SCAPM UI product.
When using the SCAPM UI 7.7 product, you will normally generate the key.jks file and copy it into the right directories. To know if this key file is being used correctly with the Certificates, look at the path you have used the key.jks file. Normally its in the ../usr/servers/apmui/resources/security/ directory. This will indicate that the key file is being used correctly. However, if you're still not convinced, you can do a packet capture using any standard network packet capture look like tcpdump when the Certificate is actually presented, and then look at the corresponding output pcap file. Something like this should work:
tcpdump -i eth0 -s 0 -w /tmp/cert.pcap &
This will initiate a network packet capture, on the interface <eth0> and create an output file /tmp/cert.pcap. When the Cert is first presented, the packet capture should dump this into the output pcap file. Once you have the output pcap file, you can then look at the pcap file and see if the key is being used in there.
ITCAM / APM / ICAM L2 Support team
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