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encrypted session between RFA JAVA Linux client and ADS

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We would like to setup encrypted sessions between our RFA Java Linux 8.0.1 client and the ADS. I found from the ADS manual that encryption might be supported, but only with Windows clients using RFA C++ (section 7.13 Tunneling). Could you please check if there is a way to encrypt RFA Java Linux client sessions to the ADS?

Thank you -Mat

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Encryption is supported through an SSL Accelerator box. Therefore, you need to have an SSL Accelerator box installed between ADS and RFA Java client.

Then, you need to create a keystore file which contains a certificate for a HTTPS connection. After that, you can configure RFA Java to use an encrypted connection.

You can ignore the tunnelingHTTPProxy configurations if you don't have a proxy server.

To create a Java key store file, please refer to this article.


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Hello jirapongse, thanks for the reply, can you confirm that the encryption can be done with RFA Java client on Linux? The ADS manual only mentions encryption for Windows clients. Thank you -Mat

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Yes, I can confirm that RFA Java client on Linux supports an encrypted connection (HTTPS) type.