This section describes the procedures required to set up SSL security. To enable security with server authentication, you must do one of the following:
Create a certificate signed by a well-known certificate authority (CA)
Create a public/private key pair and obtain and store a certificate from one of the predefined (well-known) Certificate Authorities. This procedure requires less setup because the keyring file is preconfigured with the CA root certificates required to identify the CAs from whom the certificate is issued.
Create a self-signed certificate
The process of applying for and receiving a certificate from a CA can take two to three weeks. To enable SSL security until you receive the required CA root and server ...