Question & Answer
How do I enable Configuration Assistant's default AT-TLS connectivity rules?
Each stack comes preloaded with a set of default AT-TLS connectivity rules which are disabled. A disabled rule is not active in the AT-TLS policy. The default rules identify applications known to run using AT-TLS.
To enable a default AT-TLS connectivity rule:
Select a stack from the Systems tab and click Actions > Rules.
Select the rule and then Actions > Enable Rule to have it become part of the AT-TLS policy. You will be asked to verify that the port settings identifying the application are correct and that the key ring value for the rule is correct.
Click Actions > Modify to change additional settings for the rule, such as the level of encryption or a set of IP addresses applicable for the rule.
Click Actions > Copy to create additional default rules.
24 April 2015