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pki-tps-connector - PKI TPS Connector Configuration

pki-tps-connector(5) PKI TPS Connector Configuration pki-tps-connector(5)

NAME

pki-tps-connector - PKI TPS Connector Configuration
 

LOCATION

/var/lib/pki/<instance>/conf/tps/CS.cfg
 

DESCRIPTION

TPS connector provides a mechanism for TPS to communicate with other PKI subsystems. There are three supported connector types: CA, KRA, and TKS. The connectors are defined using properties in the TPS configuration file.
 

CA CONNECTOR

A CA connector is defined using properties that begin with tps.connector.ca<n> where n is a positive integer indicating the ID of the CA connector.
 

tps.connector.ca<n>.enable

This property contains a boolean value indicating whether the connector is enabled.
 

tps.connector.ca<n>.host

In no-failover configuration, the property contains the hostname of the CA.
 
In failover configuration, the property contains a list of hostnames and port numbers of the CA subsystems. The format is hostname:port separated by spaces.
 

tps.connector.ca<n>.port

In no-failover configuration, the property contains the port number of the CA.
 

tps.connector.ca<n>.nickName

This property contains the nickname of the TPS subsystem certificate for SSL client authentication to the CA.
 

tps.connector.ca<n>.minHttpConns

This property contains the minimum number of HTTP connections.
 

tps.connector.ca<n>.maxHttpConns

This property contains the maximum number of HTTP connections.
 

tps.connector.ca<n>.uri.<op>

This property contains the URI to contact CA for the operation <op>. Example ops: enrollment, renewal, revoke, unrevoke, getcert.
 

tps.connector.ca<n>.timeout

This property contains the connection timeout.
 

tps.connector.connCAList

This property is used for Revocation Routing. It contains a list of ordered ca id's separated by ',' that the revocation attempt should be made to. Example: tps.connCAList=ca1,ca2
 

tps.connector.ca<n>.caNickname

This property is used for Revocation Routing. It contains the nickname of the CA signing certificate that represents this ca<n>.
 

tps.connector.ca<n>.caSKI

This property is used for Revocation Routing . It contains the Subject Key Identifier of the CA signing certificate of this ca<n>. This value is automatically calculated by TPS once and should not need handling by the administrator.
 

KRA CONNECTOR

A KRA connector is defined using properties that begin with tps.connector.kra<n> where n is a positive integer indicating the ID of the KRA connector.
 

tps.connector.kra<n>.enable

This property contains a boolean value indicating whether the connector is enabled.
 

tps.connector.kra<n>.host

In no-failover configuration, the property contains the hostname of the KRA.
 
In failover configuration, the property contains a list of hostnames and port numbers of the KRA subsystems. The format is hostname:port separated by spaces.
 

tps.connector.kra<n>.port

In no-failover configuration, the property contains the port number of the KRA.
 

tps.connector.kra<n>.nickName

This property contains the nickname of the TPS subsystem certificate for SSL client authentication to the KRA.
 

tps.connector.kra<n>.minHttpConns

This property contains the minimum number of HTTP connections.
 

tps.connector.kra<n>.maxHttpConns

This property contains the maximum number of HTTP connections.
 

tps.connector.kra<n>.uri.<op>

This property contains the URI to contact KRA for the operation <op>. Example ops: GenerateKeyPair, TokenKeyRecovery.
 

tps.connector.kra<n>.timeout

This property contains the connection timeout.
 

TKS CONNECTOR

A TKS connector is defined using properties that begin with tps.connector.tks<n> where n is a positive integer indicating the ID of the TKS connector.
 

tps.connector.tks<n>.enable

This property contains a boolean value indicating whether the connector is enabled.
 

tps.connector.tks<n>.host

In no-failover configuration, the property contains the hostname of the TKS.
 
In failover configuration, the property contains a list of hostnames and port numbers of the TKS subsystems. The format is hostname:port separated by spaces.
 

tps.connector.tks<n>.port

In no-failover configuration, the property contains the port number of the TKS.
 

tps.connector.tks<n>.nickName

This property contains the nickname of the TPS subsystem certificate for SSL client authentication to the TKS.
 

tps.connector.tks<n>.minHttpConns

This property contains the minimum number of HTTP connections.
 

tps.connector.tks<n>.maxHttpConns

This property contains the maximum number of HTTP connections.
 

tps.connector.tks<n>.uri.<op>

This property contains the URI to contact TKS for the operation <op>. Example ops: computeRandomData, computeSessionKey, createKeySetData, encryptData.
 

tps.connector.tks<n>.timeout

This property contains the connection timeout.
 

tps.connector.tks<n>.generateHostChallenge

This property contains a boolean value indicating whether to generate host challenge.
 

tps.connector.tks<n>.serverKeygen

This property contains a boolean value indicating whether to generate keys on server side.
 

tps.connector.tks<n>.keySet

This property contains the key set to be used on TKS.
 

tps.connector.tks<n>.tksSharedSymKeyName

This property contains the shared secret key name.
 

EXAMPLE

tps.connector.ca1.enable=true
tps.connector.ca1.host=server.example.com
tps.connector.ca1.port=8443
tps.connector.ca1.minHttpConns=1
tps.connector.ca1.maxHttpConns=15
tps.connector.ca1.nickName=subsystemCert cert-pki-tomcat TPS
tps.connector.ca1.timeout=30
tps.connector.ca1.uri.enrollment=/ca/ee/ca/profileSubmitSSLClient
tps.connector.ca1.uri.renewal=/ca/ee/ca/profileSubmitSSLClient
tps.connector.ca1.uri.revoke=/ca/ee/subsystem/ca/doRevoke
tps.connector.ca1.uri.unrevoke=/ca/ee/subsystem/ca/doUnrevoke
# in case of Revocation Routing
# note that caSKI is automatically calculated by TPS
tps.connCAList=ca1,ca2
tps.connector.ca1.caNickname=caSigningCert cert-pki-tomcat CA
tps.connector.ca1.caSKI=hAzNarQMlzit4BymAlbduZMwVCc
# ca2 connector in case of Revocation Routing
tps.connector.ca2.<etc.>
tps.connector.kra1.enable=true tps.connector.kra1.host=server.example.com tps.connector.kra1.port=8443 tps.connector.kra1.minHttpConns=1 tps.connector.kra1.maxHttpConns=15 tps.connector.kra1.nickName=subsystemCert cert-pki-tomcat TPS tps.connector.kra1.timeout=30 tps.connector.kra1.uri.GenerateKeyPair=/kra/agent/kra/GenerateKeyPair tps.connector.kra1.uri.TokenKeyRecovery=/kra/agent/kra/TokenKeyRecovery
tps.connector.tks1.enable=true tps.connector.tks1.host=server.example.com tps.connector.tks1.port=8443 tps.connector.tks1.minHttpConns=1 tps.connector.tks1.maxHttpConns=15 tps.connector.tks1.nickName=subsystemCert cert-pki-tomcat TPS tps.connector.tks1.timeout=30 tps.connector.tks1.generateHostChallenge=true tps.connector.tks1.serverKeygen=false tps.connector.tks1.keySet=defKeySet tps.connector.tks1.tksSharedSymKeyName=sharedSecret tps.connector.tks1.uri.computeRandomData=/tks/agent/tks/computeRandomData tps.connector.tks1.uri.computeSessionKey=/tks/agent/tks/computeSessionKey tps.connector.tks1.uri.createKeySetData=/tks/agent/tks/createKeySetData tps.connector.tks1.uri.encryptData=/tks/agent/tks/encryptData
 

AUTHORS

Dogtag Team <pki-devel@redhat.com>.
 
Copyright (c) 2014 Red Hat, Inc. This is licensed under the GNU General Public License, version 2 (GPLv2). A copy of this license is available at http://www.gnu.org/licenses/old-licenses/gpl-2.0.txt.
April 22, 2014 version 10.2