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SSL configuration on sm 9.50 application server

SSL configuration on application server is completed. The connectivity of the application is successful when connected with  hostname (FQDN of server) and port 13080 is used from windows & web client. There is an issue when connected with httpsPort 13443.

Please help how to solve this.

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Micro Focus Expert
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When SSL is configured requests are forwarded from 13080 to the httpsPort 13443. To confirm you're working as expected do the following:

1. Edit the sm.ini file and add: debughttp:1

2. Save the sm.ini file

3. Login to Service Manager

4. In the sm.log look for the following: SSL CONNECTION ACCEPTED

5. If you see the above message it is working as designed. If you see an SSL error then it's not configured correctly.

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Commodore Commodore
Commodore

Yes debughttp:1 is on, SSL CONNECTION ACCEPTED is coming in sm.log when connecting using httpPort 13080, 13081, 13082. 

The same is not happening when we connect with httpsPort, and no entry in sm logs are getting added for any of the httpsPort

With httpsPort 13443 or 14081, neither windows client or WSDL URL is working

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Yes debughttp:1 is on, SSL CONNECTION ACCEPTED is coming in sm.log when connecting using httpPort 13080, 13081, 13082. 

Right. For SM clients that's all you need to do. The message that SSL CONNECTION ACCEPTED means that there is a secure connection. 

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