Before you begin
See Configure keystores for information about how to create the identity and trust keystores that are to be specific to the network channel you are configuring. These are referred to as the custom keystores, to distinguish them from the default keystores used in the domain.
Each channel you configure for a particular server instance must have a unique combination of listen address, listen port, and protocol.
You can configure a network channel to use keystores and other SSL attributes that are specific only to that channel and that override the default values set in the domain. This enables you to configure a Managed Server to use one identity and one set of SSL attributes with one channel, and a different identity and SSL attributes with a different channel. For more information, see Configuring an Identity Keystore Specific to a Network Channel.
The external listen address and port are used to support Network Address Translation (NAT) firewalls. These should match the IP address or DNS name that clients use to access application on the server.
The Settings for channel-name page is displayed.
weblogic.security.SSL.HostnameVerifierinterface to be used for this channel.
Note: WebLogic Server has validation rules regarding
values specified for the Custom Identity Keystore that are related
MBean attribute. If any Custom Identity Keystore attributes are set,
all of the following values must also be set:
This validaton ensures that the channel alias relates to the channel keystore and does not default to an alias in the server keystore. Note also that if the Custom Identity Keystore attributes are not set, the Channel Private Key Alias may be set so that it refers to the server keystore.