Configure RSA Access Manager connection

This section describes how to configure a RSA Access Manager connection in Policy Studio. For details on working in Policy Studio, see the API Gateway Policy Developer Guide.

The RSA Access Manager connection is configured as a connection set. A connection set consists of a globally configured set of servers that API Gateway connects to. You can reuse these global sets when configuring policies in Policy Studio.

Note   All servers in the connection set must be of the same type (authorization servers or dispatcher servers).
  1. In the node tree, click Environment Configuration > External Connections > Connection Sets.
  2. Select RSA Access Manager Connection Sets, and click Add a Connection Set.
  3. Enter a name for the connection set (for example, Authorization or Dispatch), and click Add to add a server.
  4. Enter the host name and port the server is listening on.
  5. Select the security type for the server connection.
  6. Note   The security type (Clear, SSL (Anonymous), or SSL Authentication) you select must match the security requirement of the server.
  7. If you selected SSL Authentication, click Signing Key:, and select the certificate you want to use, then select OK.
  8. To change the priority of a server in the set, select the server, and click Up or Down.
  9. Repeat for all the servers you want to include in the connection set, and click OK.

For more details on the fields and options in this configuration window, see Configure connection groups in the API Gateway Policy Developer Guide.

To later view or edit your connection sets, click Environment Configuration > External Connections > Connection Sets, double-click RSA Access Manager Connection Sets, and select the connection you want.

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