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Allow SSP engine certificate to be configured through configureEngineSsl.sh directly
The configureEngineSsl.sh script only supports importing configuration exported from CM. Typically CM and SSP engines are installed on different machines in different network zones. The certificates will be put on the servers directly. It's a lot ...
Support MQ HA for configuring JMS Topic
The MQ infrastructure at our organisation is set up in a HA topology where we have multiple queue managers. The queue manager name is not provided to applications wanting to connect to the queues with the expectation that they use the default que...
Additional Authentication Exit in SEAS/SSP
External authentication is already achieved through SEAS, however, if additional authentication logic is required then the only way to achieve this is through a SEAS custom exit. Use of a SEAS custom exit means that we have to re-write the existin...
Utility option to a view only mode for SSP configuration
Currently the only way to view a configuration (Adapter, netmap,policy, etc ) is to open it for editing. This causes unnecessary riskto accidentally make changes of production configurations.
Key Expiry Notification and Secure+ Enabled
Sterling Secure Proxy Administration of Certificate Expiry and Secure+ Enabled View
Support for IPv6 needed in SSP
The Bank Need support for IPv6 in sterling secure proxy. Please help to implement this
Urgent - SSP increase the Netmap Inbound Node limit to support 9000+ nodes
Currently, we have 9000+ IPs/CIDR ranges to allow the traffic from. We have added 9000+ entries in Netmap nodes but when we try to edit/save/add more nodes manually the SSP CM GUI is hanging/breaking/not responding properly. In the same way we hav...
Urgent - SSP Netmap Inbound nodes limit increase to support 9000+ nodes
Currently, we have 9000+ IPs and CIDR ranges to be whitelisted/allowed on each and every protocol Netmap. After adding all these 9000 entries to a netmap GUI is not responding properly, add/save/edit of new/existing nodes is breaking the entire SS...
BKFS - Centralized administrator User Provisioning for SSP
User accounts created in LDAP must also be created in the following GUIs: SFG, SSP, and Control Center. Ability to centralize/ "one time" provisioning for all Sterling software would simplify the system administration.
MyFileGateway Password Policy, expiry prompt and password reset functionality for external users (i.e. LDAP via SSP/SEAS)
Ability to notify password expiry to the external users (i.e. LDAP user) via MFG
Ability for external users to be able to reset their LDAP passwords via the MFG UI.
Ability to relay the LDAP password policy to the external users via MFG
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