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How to import a CA root certificate into the Cloud Insights Acquisition Unit to be trusted (Linux)

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Applies to

  • Cloud Insights Acquisition Unit
  • Linux

Description

  • In situations where a proxy or firewall is inspecting Cloud Insights Acquisition Unit secure traffic, the network device may be replacing endpoint certificates with its own
  • In this scenario, if the root CA certificate is not trusted, SSL-encrypted traffic to endpoints will fail with PKIX and SSLException errors
  • The root CA certificate will need to be imported into the user.truststore in order for Cloud Insights Acquisition Unit's certificate validation checks to succeed
  • This procedure outlines the steps for importing the certificate
 

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