Using REST for Encrypted Access

Using REST for Encrypted Access

Use REST to retrieve the self-signed certificate from the cluster.

GET /pools/default/certificate

Description

The GET filepath /pools/default/certificate REST API HTTP method and URI retrieves the self-signed certificate from the cluster.

Syntax with curl for retrieving the certificate:

curl -X GET  -u adminName:adminPassword
http://localHost:Port/pools/default/certificate > ./<certificate_name> 

Examples

The following examples use curl and wget to retrieve the certificate:

curl http://10.5.2.54:8091/pools/default/certificate > clusterCertificate 
wget http://10.5.2.54:8091/pools/default/certificate -O clusterCertificate 

The following examples use curl and wget with the certificate to retrieve cluster information over an encrypted connection. The port used is the encrypted REST port 18091.

curl --cacert clusterCertificate https://10.5.2.54:18091/pools/default 
wget --ca-certificate clusterCertificate  https://10.5.2.54:18091/pools/default -O output