|Configuration / Configuring SSL|
OpsCenter uses Secure Socket Layer (SSL) to encrypt the communication protocol and authenticate traffic between OpsCenter agents and the main OpsCenter daemon (Linux and Mac OSX) or the DataStax OpsCenter Service (Windows).
The default SSL state depends on the operating system:
Consider disabling SSL if you are running OpsCenter and DataStax Enterprise or DataStax Community under the following conditions:
If you have no need for SSL, you can simply disable the SSL option to avoid installing OpenSSL.
When the SSL option is enabled, OpsCenter requires a specific version of OpenSSL for each supported operating system.
|0.9.8||CentOS 5.x, Debian, Mac OSX, Oracle Linux 5.5, RHEL 5.x, SUSE Enterprise 11.x, Ubuntu, and Windows|
|1.0.0||CentOS 6.x, Oracle Linux 6.1, and RHEL 6.x|
To determine which version of OpenSSL is installed on a Linux or Mac OS X system, use the following command: