CSP Gateway Configuration Guide - InterSystems Documentation

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CSP Gateway Configuration Guide - InterSystems Documentation

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SSL Parameter

SSL Protocol

Function

The version of the SSL/TLS protocol to use. The following options are

provided:

• SSLv2

• SSLv3

• TLSv1

The default is to use SSLv3 and TLSv1.

SSL Key Type

The type of SSL key file (based on the algorithm used to generate it). The

following options are provided:

• DSA — Digital Signature Algorithm

• RSA — Rivest, Shamir, and Adelman (inventors of the algorithm)

The default is RSA.

Require Peer Certificate

Verification

SSL Certificate File

If checked, requires peer certificate verification for this installation.

The full path to the SSL/TLS certificate file for the Gateway.

Example: C:\InterSystems\certificates\clicert.pem

SSL Certificate Key File

The full path to the private key associated with the Gateway’s SSL/TLS

certificate.

Example: C:\InterSystems\certificates\clikey.pem

SSL CA Certificate File

The full path to the certificate for Certificate Authority (CA) for the Gateway’s

certificate.

Example: C:\InterSystems\certificates\cacert.pem

SSL Private Key Password

The password to the SSL Private Key.

Optional Parameters

The descriptions of the Optional Parameters are given in the “Configuring Default Parameters” section. If any of these

parameters is blank, its value is inherited from the CSP Gateway global configuration described in the section “Connections

to Caché”.

Error Pages

The Error Pages parameters let you customize the CSP Gateway responses. If not specified, the parameters are inherited

from the global configuration. For a description of each parameter, see the “Custom Error Messages” section..

2.1.8.2 Copying a Server Configuration

You can quickly configure a new server by copying the configuration entry of an existing server. Having done this, both

configuration entries are identical, except for the server name. You can then edit the second configuration and make changes

to it (such as changing the IP address).

This feature is also useful for fine-tuning a configuration. By creating a second (temporary) configuration for a server, you

can test parameter changes without worrying about losing the original configuration.

To copy an existing server configuration:

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