This entry guides you through the steps to configure Ambience/Repertoire 202x to run in HTTPS mode.
- Create a new folder. Open a command window over at the folder path and follow through the following steps below to generate a self-signed keystores.
How to Generate Keystore?:
This command generates a Keystore called elxkeys.jks:
keytool -genkeypair -alias elxkeys -keyalg RSA -validity 3650 -keysize 2048 -keystore elxkeys.jks
Next, use this command to extract the certificate, here called elxkeys.cert:
keytool -export -alias elxkeys -keystore elxkeys.jks -rfc -file elxkeys.cert
Add the newly created certificate to “cacerts”
keytool -import -trustcacerts -alias elxkeys -file elxkeys.cert -cacerts
Once done, park the created keystore (i.e. elxkeys.jks) over in the following directory
Open up the etc\application.conf file and revise the necessary parts as bolded below:
# How browsers communicate with Ambience - this may be a load balancer
external-protocol = “https:”
external-host = “localhost”
external-port = 1740
# How Ambience instances communicate internally - which may be a different (firewalled) IP range than the public (load balanced) name
internal-protocol = “https:”
internal-host = "localhost”
internal-port = 1740
enabled = true
keystore = "https/<your keystore name> (i.e. elxkeys.jks)"
keystore-type = "<your keystore type> (i.e. JKS)"
keystore-password = "<your keystore password>"
Save the etc/application.conf file and restart the Ambience server.
Once restarted, in the ambience logs, you should be able to see that the Ambience server is running in HTTPS mode over at port 1740. (**Depending on port number configured.)
2022-02-21 14:27:50.584 INFO ambience.module.Launcher - Running with WebRoot: C:\Ambience-2021.2\web
2022-02-21 14:27:50.585 INFO ambience.module.Launcher - Server listening on 0.0.0.0, 1740
2022-02-21 14:27:50.942 INFO ambience.module.HttpsSetup - Running in HTTPS mode