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    If you require LDAP authentication, it is necessary, in order to connect to nodes via a secure connection, to select the SSL type.  There are 2 ways to leverage the Java Keystore (JKS): accessing the JKS directly, or using certificates issued from the keystore.


    Accessing the keystore directly

    Specify the path and filename to keystore, the access password, and the alias name for the ScyllaDB instance.


    ScyllaDB Connection Settings - LDAP JKS


    Convert the keystore and truststore into PEM keys


    Assuming scyllaDB server config (cassandra.yaml):



      enabled: true

      keystore: keystore.jks

      keystore_password: *******

      truststore: truststore.jks

      truststore_password: ******

      require_client_auth: true


    1. Install java if you don't have it:
    2. Install openssl:
      1. Linux: sudo apt-get install openssl
      2. MacOS: brew install openssl
      3. Windows:
    3. Find out alias used by keystore

    Run the following command to find out what alias is used by keystore:

    > keytool -v -list -keystore keystore.jks

    where keystore.jks is the java key store file granting access to the scyllaDB instance

    alias will be in the section “Alias name”

    1. Generate PKS key

    > keytool -importkeystore -srckeystore keystore.jks -destkeystore myapp.p12 -srcalias myapp-dev -srcstoretype jks -deststoretype pkcs12

    keystore.jks - the java key store file granting access to the scyllaDB instance

    myapp.p12 - intermediate PKS key

    myapp-dev - alias used by keystore and determined in step 3 above

          5. Generate CA key

    > keytool -importkeystore -srckeystore truststore.jks -destkeystore trust.p12 -srcalias myapp-dev -srcstoretype jks -deststoretype pkcs12

          6. Generate .pem key

    > openssl pkcs12 -in myapp.p12 -nokeys -out myapp.pem

    > openssl pkcs12 -in trust.p12 -nokeys -out ca.pem

    > openssl pkcs12 -in myapp.p12 -nodes -nocerts -out myapp.key


          7. Use generated files in Hackolade:

    “Certificate Authority”: ca.pem

    “Client Certificate”: myapp.pem

    “Client Private Key”: myapp.key


    ScyllaDB Connection Settings - LDAP Certific