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From Mike Rawlins <...@mcrawlins.net>
Subject Re: https
Date Mon, 12 Apr 2010 17:46:28 GMT

I don't know what the original submitter was trying to do, but I have a
question and it seems as if I might have the same problem.

The HTTPS configuration for the broker seems to enable the client to
validate the identity of the broker and encrypt the connection. However,
this may not be enough for my use case.  I would also like to have the
broker validate https connections from clients, and this doesn't seem to
work.  I can connect to the broker from a client without importing the
client's certificate into the broker's truststore.  The connection comes up
OK, the client is able to send messages to the broker, and I get no errors. 
As you note, the needClientAuth option for HTTPS seems to be ignored. 

Is the functionality I'm looking for not implemented yet, or is it not there
by design? If it's not there by design, is there another way to accomplish
what I would like to do?

Thanks,

Mike


Dejan Bosanac wrote:
> 
> Hi,
> 
> what exactly are you trying to achieve and what error are you getting?
> 
> 

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