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[Contrail] Configuring Transport Layer Security-Based XMPP



Article ID: KB32930 KB Last Updated: 15 Oct 2018Version: 1.0
From Contrail 3.0, Transport Layer Security (TLS)-based XMPP can be used to secure all Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol (XMPP)-based communication.
We will discuss about securing the XMPP messages between the contrail control and the compute nodes.

Configuring Control Node for XMPP Server

To enable secure XMPP, the following parameters are configured at the XMPP server. On the control node, enable the parameters in the configuration file: 



Configuring Compute Node for XMPP Client

To enable secure XMPP, the following parameters are configured at the XMPP client.On the compute node, enable the parameters in the configuration file:


xmpp_auth_enable=true ​

Once the aforementioned changes are completed on the appropriate .conf files, restart contrail-control service on the control node and the contrail-vrouter-agent on the compute node.

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