By default, an generates a self-signed TLS certificate that is presented to the incoming TLS connections. However, you can configure a certificate to use by performing the following step:
- Place the certificate and key files in
$DOMAINis the name of the domain used to register with the Broker.Note: The files must be in
PKCS#8, PEMencoded form with no password.The self-signed certificates generated by Smart Assurance are stored in the process memory.
- To regenerate the default self-signed TLS certificates, stop and restart the Smart Assurance processes.