- Hardware Appliance Unboxing
- Initial Set-up
- Restore from Backup
- Connect to Cluster
- Using External CA for Installation
- Basic Hardware Operations
- WebConf - Configurator of Hardware Appliance
- Certificates and Trusted CAs
- Setting up a Validation Authority (VA)
- HA Setup
- PKCS#11 Slot Smart Card Activation
- EJBCA Administration
- Certificate Life Cycle Management
Creating CA Hierarchy
- Step 1: Create the RootCA
- Step 2: Create Certificate Profile for SubCAs
- Step 3: Create End Entity Profile for SubCAs
- Step 4: Import RootCA as External CA in Node A
- Step 5: Create SignCA as SubCA in Node A
- Step 6: Create AuthCA as SubCA in Node A
- Step 7: Create SSLCA as SubCA in Node A
- Step 8: Create Certificate Profiles for End Entities that use the SubCAs
- Step 9: Create End Entity Profiles for SubCAs
- Step 10: Create End Entities that use the SubCAs
- Managing End Entities
- Creating Java Truststore
- Check for Weak Debian Keys
- Hardware Appliance 3.5.4 Release Notes
- Hardware Appliance 3.5.3 Release Notes
- Hardware Appliance 3.5.2 Release Notes
- Hardware Appliance 3.5.1 Release Notes
- Hardware Appliance 3.5.0 Release Notes
- PKI Appliance 3.4.5 Release Notes
- PKI Appliance 3.4.4 Release Notes
- PKI Appliance 3.4.3 Release Notes
PKI Appliance 3.4.2 Release Notes
PKI Appliance 3.4.1 Release Notes
- Release Notes Summary
- Hardware Appliance 3.5.X Upgrade Notes
The Cluster tab and subtabs show an overview of the cluster of the node and allows to configure cluster settings.
For more information on how to extend your system to a cluster with multiple nodes, see High Availability.
Find here status information about the cluster from the perspective of this local node. In complicated networks, the local node has a limited perspective only. In these cases, it is possible that the status information does not reflect the actual status of the cluster.
Use this tab to configure the cluster layout. You need to add nodes and configure the networking here if you want to add new Hardware Appliances to the cluster.
To access this functionality you need to configure Network Time Protocol (NTP) in the tab Network > Network Time Protocol.
The clocks of all Hardware Appliance nodes in the cluster must be synchronized, even if the cluster is only used for demo or testing purposes. We therefore recommend using quality NTP sources that agree on the current time.
You have the following options:
Cluster Network Configuration:
Table with nodes:
Find here information on the current network connection - network tunnels - to the other nodes in the cluster.
Application IP Address:
Use this field to enter the IP address of the node you want to add.
Click this button to add the node with the specified Application IP Address.
Click this button to remove the node in this line.
Click this button to confirm your changes to the nodes' table. For newly added nodes, the setup packages will then be prepared.
Click this button to undo your changes. This option is no longer available after you clicked Apply.
Setup packages for new nodes:
This section is only visible after you added new nodes and clicked Apply.
Create and download:
Click to create and download cluster bundles for that node. When you start the Connect to cluster process for the new node the wizard will prompt you to upload this bundle.