We are working on enabling TLS Gateway for our non-TLS Agents.
We have configured two TLS Gateways on two different servers and enabled the CP function.
When using telnet to connect to each answers
> telnet <server1> 2220
Connected to <server1>
Escape character is '^]'.
00000207UC4:global001NAT A0000151UCTLSGTW.1 AUTOMIC 21...CP 0001<server1>:2220;<server2>:2220^
It responds with the two defined TLS Gateway CP ports.
The agent is configured to connect to :
... and upon start, it takes notice of the other TLS Gateway as well:
20220408/111923.573 - (CP_LIST)
20220408/111923.573 - 2220=<server2>
However, after stopping one of the TLS Gateways:
Release : 21.0
Component : TLS gateway
The cp_port defined for each TLS Gateway has to be unique in the entire environment because the port is the used as the key.
cp_port=2220 together with 2220=<server2> in the CP list is not understood by the Agent.
The version 21.0 TLS gateway, when acting like a CP, requires a unique cp_port for each TLS Gateway as long as it's connected to the same Automic system. Server1 with a TLS Gateway will requires one port, Server2 with a TLS Gateway requires a different port to be used. This is the same as CP ports in version 12.3 and before and in version 21.0 for the "traditional" CP.