Level of client verification required by the server instance
ssl-verify-peer-mode specifies whether the server requires clients to
present a valid certificate to connect to it. Server instances allow clients to connect
to it with or without providing a valid certificate. All requests will still require
Mode used to authenticate clients. Valid values are:
no-verify-peer— No peer certificate verification. The client side does not need to provide a certificate.
verify-peer-require-peer-cert— The client must provide a certificate and the certificate will be verified.
The default is
For on-premises server instances created using the command line, update this server configuration property in the
main_configserver configuration file.
For on-premises server instances created using the dashboard and for server deployments in the cloud, use the dashboard and cloud dashboard, respectively, to update the server configuration property.
Configure Using Command Line
main_config file, set the
ssl-verify-peer-mode property to the following:
Configure Using Dashboard
In the dashboard, in the Settings tab of your server instance, under SSL, enter the following for the SSL Verify Peer Mode property: