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Mutual Authentication using the SCA11000

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Feb 5th, 2003
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Hello

I am trying to get more information on how to configure the SCA11000 accelerator to support higher security in the backend. Meaning i know that when a user coming into with there SSL web browser, comes through our portal, (port443) goes to the sca11000, the sca removes the athentication Key and then passes it on via clear text to our private network, however i know that the ssl accelerator can add a authentication header to make it more secure in our back end infrastrcuture, instead of being clear text. How is this done, and how do i configure the sca11000 to support mutual authentication.

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Peter Taylor

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Gilles Dufour Sun, 02/23/2003 - 00:43
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Peter,


for mutual authentication, you use the command 'clientauth enable'.


I'm not sure what you mean however by authentication key.

There is no key being sent to the server from the SCA.


Gilles.

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