I'm reading the instructions from IBMSystemsMag Oct 2011 on setting up ssl
for jdbc.
Need to verify this looks right :

Step to
ADDRDBDIRE RDB(SERVER_SYSTEM_NAME) PORT(448)
RMTLOCNAME(server_system_name *IP) SECCNN(*SSL)

I assume I can have multiple entries - the current entry is not secure (we
have many Win clients that need to connect.
where the command says "SERVER_SYSTEM_NAME" it looks like it can be any
name, not just the real server name, plus the RMTLOCNAME could be *LOCAL,
like the existing non-ssl entry.

If this is current entry

Relational database . . . . . . : MYSYS
Remote location:
Remote location . . . . . . . : *LOCAL
Type . . . . . . . . . . . . : *IP
Port number or service name . : *DRDA
Remote authentication method:
Preferred method . . . . . . : *USRENCPWD
Allow lower authentication . : *ALWLOWER
Secure connection . . . . . . : *NONE
Encryption algorithm . . . . . : *DES
Text . . . . . . . . . . . . . . :
Relational database type . . . . : *LOCAL

could add ?

Relational database . . . . . . : MYSYS_SSL
Remote location:
Remote location . . . . . . . : *LOCAL
Type . . . . . . . . . . . . : *IP
Port number or service name . : 448
Remote authentication method:
Preferred method . . . . . . : *USRENCPWD
Allow lower authentication . : *ALWLOWER
Secure connection . . . . . . : *SSL
Encryption algorithm . . . . . : *DES
Text . . . . . . . . . . . . . . :
Relational database type . . . . : *LOCAL


Jim Franz

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