I need to secure by Client access sessions using SSL. Does anybody have the detailed steps for the same.

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iSeries V6R1
I need to secure by Client access sessions using SSL. Does anybody have the detailed step for the same.We are on i v6R1

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i750, V6R1, Client access

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I’ve never used it myself, but if you click on the ‘Communication’ option on the iSeries access session menu, then click on ‘Configure’. Click the ‘Properties’ button you will see a ‘Use SSL’ option.

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  • TomLiotta
    If you are just getting started with setting up for SSL, there are various preparations you'll need to go through. See if the Secure Sockets Layer topic has enough to get you started. At some point, you might hit an obstacle. If you do, post back here saying what you're trying to do next and what is happening at that step. Tom
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  • Skillset400
    Johnson, I would like to know, Are you trying to implement SSL for telnet server on iseries.. If so, you can achieve them by ordering the Certificates(Root, CA and server) from anyone of the 3rd party vendor...
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