When running CA LDAP with SSL, does it have its own encryption facility?

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Last Modified Date : 14/02/2018
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When running CA LDAP with SSL enabled, does it have its own encryption code that is internal to CA LDAP or is it handed off to the z/OS crypto facility.



The CA LDAP Server has no encryption code, it uses IBM System SSL for all TLS functionality.

The CA LDAP Server calls IBM System SSL to perform all read/writes of data and based on the config/certs used, IBM System SSL does it's job.

The CA LDAP Server has no parms/settings to tell IBM System SSL to use or not to use crypto hardware.