Local Tuxedo Access Points: Security
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Use this page to define the security configuration of a local Tuxedo access point that will be used with this WTC Service.
Domain gateways can authenticate incoming connections requested by remote Tuxedo access points and outgoing connections requested by local Tuxedo access points. You define when security should be enforced for incoming connections from remote Tuxedo access points. Specify the level of security used by a particular local Tuxedo access point by setting the SECURITY attribute. Data encryption can be used to prevent network-based eavesdroppers from accessing the content of messages or application-generated messages flowing from local Tuxedo access points to remote Tuxedo access points. Configure this security mechanism by setting the MINENCRYPTBITS and MAXENCRYPTBITS attributes.
Name Description Security
The type of application security enforced.
The types of security are:
: No security is used.
: Password security is enforced when a connection is established from a remote domain. The application password is defined in the WTCResourcesMBean.
: Domain password security is enforced when a connection is established from a remote domain. The domain password is defined in the WTCPasswordsMBean.
Min Encryption Level
The minimum encryption key length (in bits) this local Tuxedo access point uses when establishing a session connection. A value of 0 indicates no encryption is used.
The MinEncrypBits value must be less than or equal to the MaxEncrypBits value.
A MinEncrypBits value of 40 can be used only with domains running Tuxedo 7.1 or higher.
Max Encryption Level
The maximum encryption key length (in bits) this local Tuxedo access point uses when establishing a session connection. A value of 0 indicates no encryption is used.
The MaxEncryptBits value must be greater than or equal to the MinEncrypBits value.
A MaxEncryptBits of 40 can be used only with domains running Tuxedo 7.1 or higher.