Deployment Architecture

How to renew or disable the default certificate on our dedicated Splunk deployment server that has been expired?

ejwade
Contributor

Our Bro IDS has informed us that the default certificate on our dedicated Splunk deployment server has expired. Deployment clients to server communication occur in our internal network (not on the open Internet). My question:

How do I make this problem go away? I'd prefer to either renew the default certificate without much headache or disable SSL entirely as it's not recommended in the documentation for deployment communication. It's not worth it to me to use 3rd party certs, or create new certs if I need to push files to the deployment clients.

Anyone have any experience with this?

0 Karma
Get Updates on the Splunk Community!

Webinar Recap | Revolutionizing IT Operations: The Transformative Power of AI and ML ...

The Transformative Power of AI and ML in Enhancing Observability   In the realm of IT operations, the ...

.conf24 | Registration Open!

Hello, hello! I come bearing good news: Registration for .conf24 is now open!   conf is Splunk’s rad annual ...

ICYMI - Check out the latest releases of Splunk Edge Processor

Splunk is pleased to announce the latest enhancements to Splunk Edge Processor.  HEC Receiver authorization ...