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Set-up HTTPS AS2 Server with EXTOL Secure

3rd June 2014

In order to receive HTTPS traffic from your AS2 trading partner, we need to set-up a unique port in EXTOL Secure

In the EXTOL below we set-up the AS2 port of 10448 to receive SSL (HTTPS) traffic. The only difference between our ‘normal’ AS2 port and the SSL port is an SSL certificate.


STEP ONE: Set-up SSL Certificate in EXTOL Secure Client. This ste- would be under the Private Keys/Certificates’ icon. In most cases users can use their S/MIME (AS2) Private Key, for their SSL cert also. This means that users can skip STEP ONE.

STEP TWO: In EXTOL Secure Client goto HTTP Ports and create a new port. in the 'AS2 World’ the common SSL port would be: 10448.

In the example below we created a unique SSL cert in STEP ONE and applied it when we <CLICKED> on Enable SSL. Users also want to <CLICK> on Automatically start the port.


Once we <CLICK> OK, we should see the port active and listed among our other AS2 ports.



EXTOL Secure users need to speak with the network administrators to have port 10448 NAT’d over to the machine running EXTOL Secure Server.


Once the firewall is set-up and the SSL port is active, users can now distribute the new url.

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