[rabbitmq-discuss] Federation Over SSL with Intermediate Certificate Authority
richard at raseley.com
Thu Apr 11 21:16:44 BST 2013
What I ended up doing is just specifying the issuing (intermediate) CA's
cert as the "CA" in the rabbitmq.config file and it didn't complain when
bringing the service back online. I am not sure if this is because the
system already trusted the root CA (it was a DigiCert certificate) or what.
I would suggest adding whatever the proper guidance is to the documents -
as I am not sure if what I did is "correct" or not (I think I might have
just gotten lucky).
On Thu, Apr 11, 2013 at 4:32 AM, Matthias Radestock
<matthias at rabbitmq.com>wrote:
> On 08/04/13 17:26, Richard Raseley wrote:
>> When attempting to federate two brokers over SSL, I understand that one
>> would configure SSL as described in the RabbitMQ documentation,
>> then instantiate the federation connection over the port specified in
>> the SSL configuration. That seems pretty straight forward. What I am not
>> seeing any documentation on is the use of a certificate that requires an
>> intermediate certificate to validate.
>> I was able to find one thread from this discussion list from a while
>> but it is not 100% clear to me what was done there to successfully
>> include the intermediate certificate.
>> Is there any official guidance out there on how to use an intermediate
>> certificate in this scenario, or if not, could someone who has actually
>> done this before comment on the process required to get it working?
> Did you get this working in the end? If so, any suggestions for improving
> the rabbit docs?
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