In this section, as server administrator, you install the server certificate on the server so that remote Web users can request
it. To install a certificate, you store the certificate and the key file in a folder accessible to your server software.
- To edit the new
HTTPS Echo listener, click its corresponding
Edit button on the
Secure Sockets Layer.
- Enter the full path to and filenames of your server certificate and private key into the
Keyfile fields respectively. By default, these are
srvkey.pem, and are installed in
$COBSSL (if set).
Listeners page, the entry for HTTPS Echo now has a padlock symbol, which shows that it uses SSL.
Note: Do not set the http-echo conversation type to use in production. It is intended for connection testing only.