Enable the Data Aggregator to Use HTTPS

In an environment with a single Data Aggregator, you can enable HTTPS for the Data Aggregator manually. You cannot enable HTTPS for the Data Aggregator in a fault tolerant environment. SSL can be used with either a self-signed certificate or a certificate that a trusted Certificate Authority has signed. To set up HTTPS, update the default port and cipher suites.
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In an environment with a single Data Aggregator, you can enable HTTPS for the Data Aggregator manually. You cannot enable HTTPS for the Data Aggregator in a fault tolerant environment. SSL can be used with either a self-signed certificate or a certificate that a trusted Certificate Authority has signed. To set up HTTPS, update the default port and cipher suites.
After you configure the Data Aggregator to use HTTPS, configure the Data Aggregator and
Performance Center
to communicate with HTTPS. After you configure
Performance Center
to use HTTPS, import the Data Aggregator root and intermediate certificates into the
Performance Center
JRE trustStore. Then export the
Performance Center
certificate to the Data Aggregator. Import the
Performance Center
certificate into the Data Aggregator trustStore. From the
Performance Center
UI, edit the data source scheme and port for the Data Aggregator.
To enable HTTPS for the Data Aggregator, complete the following steps:
Revert the Data Aggregator Back to Use HTTP
If necessary, you can revert the Data Aggregator back to use HTTP.
Follow these steps:
  1. Remove the keyStore file from the following location:
    $
    DA_install_directory
    /apache-karaf-
    version
    /etc/keystore
  2. Remove the trustStore file from the following location:
    $
    DA_install_directory
    /apache-karaf-
    version
    /etc/truststore
  3. Revert the following file:
    $
    DA_install_directory
    /apache-karaf-
    version
    /etc/org.ops4j.pax.web.cfg
  4. Revert the following file:
    $
    DA_install_directory
    /apache-karaf-
    version
    /etc/jetty.xml
  5. Revert the following file:
    $
    DA_install_directory
    /apache-karaf-
    version
    /etc/system.properties
  6.  Restart the Data Aggregator service:
    service dadaemon stop
    service dadaemon start