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How to install a (private - public key) pair issued by a DOD CA in Event Broker

We are trying to install Event Broker 2.02 and need to use a private/public key pair issue by a DOD CA.

The EB admin guide is not clear on how to do this...

Can someone enlighten us on the steps required to upload and install the DOD issued certificates...

Also, we have heard that if you need to re-install the certificate you need to uninstall the EB and re-install it with the new key...

This process does not make sence... In three years we will need to renew the DOD certs... Do we really need to uninstall EB and re-install it with the new certs...??????....

 

Dave Flannery

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Re: How to install a (private - public key) pair issued by a DOD CA in Event Broker

No answers ?

I am also very interested in knowing how to import certificates from a custom CA... It's well documented for Logger/Connector/ArcMC/ESM but not for the Event Broker.

 

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Re: How to install a (private - public key) pair issued by a DOD CA in Event Broker

While i wish it was a bit better documented, parts of this information can be found in the admin guide. On the 2.2 guide it is on page 27, under Security mode. You need to enable tls+ca, and redeploy the EB instance, so not an actual reinstall.

https://community.softwaregrp.com/t5/Event-Broker/Event-Broker-2-20-Administrator-s-Guide/ta-p/1647462

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