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Can I use domain wild card ssl for cloudera

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Can I use domain wild card ssl for cloudera

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Hi there,

 

If my domain wildcard already has ssl cert, can I use it for my cluster since I have pointed the subdomain under the domain to those servers in the cluster?

 

Thanks,

 

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Re: Can I use domain wild card ssl for cloudera

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Read in Cloudera documentation that starting from version 5.10, they supporting wildcard ssl cert.

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Re: Can I use domain wild card ssl for cloudera

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I dont think so. I remember that in SSL it verifies the EXACT name of host, so the CN in the certificate has to be EXACTLY the same as a FQDN of the host.
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Re: Can I use domain wild card ssl for cloudera

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Ah ok, thanks for the reply!
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Re: Can I use domain wild card ssl for cloudera

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Read in Cloudera documentation that starting from version 5.10, they supporting wildcard ssl cert.

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