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Level of client verification the server instance requires


--ssl-verify-peer-mode mode


ssl-verify-peer-mode specifies if the server requires clients to present a valid certificate to connect. Server instances can allow clients to connect with or without providing a valid certificate. All requests will still require authorization.



Mode used to authenticate clients. Valid values are:

  • no-verify-peer — No peer certificate verification. The client side does not need to provide a certificate.

  • verify-peer-require-peer-cert — The client must provide a certificate and the certificate will be verified.

The default is no-verify-peer.


Require clients to provide a certificate.

--ssl-verify-peer-mode verify-peer-require-peer-cert
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