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Seeburger AS2 Adapter Authentication

Hello,

I have developed an scenerio where i used Seeburger fromAS2 adapter. I want to know below things:

1) How the AS2 authentication works?


2) We use Transport Protocol As HTTP: Where is the http authentication validated?


3) I am using the user and password when testing from opensource but it does not matter which password I enter, it works with any one

Why??


4) I have also tried to click the authentification required , but then it fails every time, also with the correct user and password ??


5) Can we use more securities apart from using Certificates in Keystore and user/password. Our partner is using User/Password.

Please suggest.

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  • Posted on Oct 05, 2016 at 10:27 AM

    1) How the AS2 authentication works?

    This works only when the third party is trying to connect your through HTTPS.

    2) We use Transport Protocol As HTTP: Where is the http authentication validated?

    This is validated at Server level and not at the adapter level , even though the transport protocol is HTTP you can connect using HTTPS.

    3) I am using the user and password when testing from opensource but it does not matter which password I enter, it works with any one

    Why??

    if you are using http url in opensource then there is no need of any user id password at all , only in case of https its required.

    4) I have also tried to click the authentification required , but then it fails every time, also with the correct user and password ??

    When you select this option use https url in opensource along with SSL certificates.

    5) Can we use more securities apart from using Certificates in Keystore and user/password. Our partner is using User/Password.

    if required you can add PGP modules for data encryption/decryption.

    Br,

    Manoj

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