I don't think there's an easy to follow book but here's what you need to
do (at a high level):

- Install Digital Certificate Manager and Cryptographic Access Providers
(you should also install cumes and group PTF's if these were not already
- Create an SSL certificate (there are instructions in the InfoCenter on
- Use the web admin GUI to set up SSL. It will set it up inappropriately
but it will create an SSL application id. Copy the SSL related lines
that were added to your configuration and delete them.
- Assign the certificate to the just created application id.
- You now have a decision to make on how to set this up. You can either
use virtual hosts or separate instances. In either case, you'll need to
put the SSL related lines you removed from your configuration back into
whatever is handling port 443 traffic.

Two things to keep in mind with this:

- The port of Apache that runs on OS/400 does not use OpenSSL so you can
ignore any generic Apache instructions related to OpenSSL.
- You can only have one SSL certificate per IP address. Plan


-----Original Message-----
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On Behalf Of Pugazh
Sent: Wednesday, August 02, 2006 10:13 PM
To: web400@xxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [WEB400] Book to implement SSL


Can any of you recommend any easy to follow books that
will help me implement SSL for my website, I need to
start completely from scratch? 


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