In order to receive HTTPS traffic from your AS2 trading partner, we need to set-up a unique port in EXTOL Secure
In the EXTOL below we set-up the AS2 port of 10448 to receive SSL (HTTPS) traffic. The only difference between our ‘normal’ AS2 port and the SSL port is an SSL certificate.
STEP ONE: Set-up SSL Certificate in EXTOL Secure Client. This ste- would be under the Private Keys/Certificates’ icon. In most cases users can use their S/MIME (AS2) Private Key, for their SSL cert also. This means that users can skip STEP ONE.
STEP TWO: In EXTOL Secure Client goto HTTP Ports and create a new port. in the 'AS2 World’ the common SSL port would be: 10448.
In the example below we created a unique SSL cert in STEP ONE and applied it when we <CLICKED> on Enable SSL. Users also want to <CLICK> on Automatically start the port.
Once we <CLICK> OK, we should see the port active and listed among our other AS2 ports.
COORDINATE FIREWALL SET-UP:
EXTOL Secure users need to speak with the network administrators to have port 10448 NAT’d over to the machine running EXTOL Secure Server.
DISTRIBUTE NEW URL:
Once the firewall is set-up and the SSL port is active, users can now distribute the new url.
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