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851935 wrote:Just import the self signed cert as trusted.
In our environment we are using Sunone webserver 7.0.9 as a proxy server to forward the request to the weblogic server 10.3.3. Now the requirement is to secure the communication between the proxy and weblogic server. As a standard way we can configure the proxy server to use SSL in obj.conf as below:
<Object name=”weblogic” ppath=”*/DefaultWebApp/*”>
Service fn=wl_proxy WebLogicHost=”myIP WebLogicPort=”mySSLPort SecureProxy=”ON” Debug=”ALL” WLLogFile=”/home/support/IPlanet60SP5/server/logsupport.txt” TrustedCAFile=”/home/support/IPlanet60SP5/TrustedCA.pem” RequireSSLHostMatch=”true”
My question is when we have installed a self signed certificate on weblogic, how do we trust that certificate in the proxy server. If it was a third party certificate we can get the root CA certificate that can be added as trust entry in the obj.conf. But in self signed case we do not have a intermediate or root certificate. So how do we trust the self signed server certificate in the proxy server.