Disabling SSL communication in Sipelia™ - Sipelia™ 2.7

Sipelia User Guide 2.7

series
Sipelia™ 2.7
revised_modified
2018-11-09

By default, Sipelia™ uses a Secure Socket Layer (SSL) connection for communication with RabbitMQ. You can disable SSL by modifying the Sipelia.config file.

Before you begin

Create a backup copy of the existing C:\ProgramData\Genetec Sipelia\SipServer\SipServer.config and save under a new filename.

Procedure

  1. Modify the Sipelia.config file.
    1. Deactivate the Sipelia™ plugin role
    2. Open the following configuration file in a text editor:
      C:\ProgramData\Genetec Sipelia\SipServer\SipServer.config
    3. Under <CommunicationService>, locate the entry <IsSslEnabled Value="True"/> and modify the entry to <IsSslEnabled Value="False"/>.
    4. Save the file and reactivate the Sipelia™ plugin role.
  2. Configure Sipelia™ to use the non-SSL port.
    1. Log on to Security Center with Config Tool.
    2. Open the Plugins task and click the Sipelia™ plugin.
    3. Click the General tab.
    4. In Message broker > Servers, select the server entry on the list and click edit ()
    NOTE: If your system includes multiple Message broker servers, you must edit all of them to use the non-SSL port.
  3. Modify the port to use the non-SSL port (5672).
    NOTE: By default, RabbitMQ uses port 5672 as the non-SSL port. If required, you can modify the port used for non-SSL communication.