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Apache Module mod_nw_ssl

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Description:Enable SSL encryption for NetWare
Status:Base
Module Identifier:nwssl_module
Source File:mod_nw_ssl.c
Compatibility:NetWare only

Summary

This module enables SSL encryption for a specified port. It takes advantage of the SSL encryption functionality that is built into the NetWare operating system.

Directives

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NWSSLTrustedCerts Directive

Description:List of additional client certificates
Syntax:NWSSLTrustedCerts filename [filename] ...
Context:server config
Status:Base
Module:mod_nw_ssl

Specifies a list of client certificate files (DER format) that are used when creating a proxied SSL connection. Each client certificate used by a server must be listed separately in its own .der file.

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NWSSLUpgradeable Directive

Description:Allows a connection to be upgraded to an SSL connection upon request
Syntax:NWSSLUpgradeable [IP-address:]portnumber
Context:server config
Status:Base
Module:mod_nw_ssl

Allow a connection that was created on the specified address and/or port to be upgraded to an SSL connection upon request from the client. The address and/or port must have already be defined previously with a Listen directive.

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SecureListen Directive

Description:Enables SSL encryption for the specified port
Syntax:SecureListen [IP-address:]portnumber Certificate-Name [MUTUAL]
Context:server config
Status:Base
Module:mod_nw_ssl

Specifies the port and the eDirectory based certificate name that will be used to enable SSL encryption. An optional third parameter also enables mutual authentication.

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