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Preparing Sametime to use SSL
November 23, 2011
Set up SSL encryption on the IBM® Sametime server by importing the SSL certificate used by IBM Lotus® Domino® and configuring the Sametime server to use it.
Set up SSL encryption on the
® Sametime server by importing the SSL certificate used by
® and configuring the Sametime server to use it.
About this task
Install the GSKit and use the IKeyMan program to create a keystore on the Sametime server before you import the
server's SSL certificate and complete configuration changes to enable support for SSL. Complete the following tasks in the sequence shown:
Setting up a keystore for the SSL certificate used by Lotus Domino
GSKit with the
IKeyMan utility and then create a keystore file to hold the
server's SSL certificate.
Obtaining a copy of the SSL certificate used by Lotus Domino
server is configured to use SSL, an SSL server certificate is received from a Certification Authority (CA) and merged into the
Server Certificate Admin database. When you configure SSL for
Sametime, you import a copy of this certificate to the Sametime server.
Importing the Lotus Domino server's SSL certificate into the keystore
After you obtain a copy of either the
server's own SSL certificate, or the trusted root certificate that was used to sign it, import your copy into the
Sametime server's keystore.
Modifying the Sametime server configuration for SSL
Modify the configuration of the
Sametime server to encrypt connections.
Enabling encryption for Sametime Services, and between Sametime and web browsers
Preparing Lotus Domino to use SSL
Tunneling through the firewall when SSL is enabled
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