SECURITY_CONSTRAINT

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The CCS provider acts as a certificate authority to provide and validate X.509 certificates. Before service operation, a package including X509 certificate and private key, will be delivered to the customer using the PKCS#12 archive file format.
Mutual authentication with X509 certificates is used between the AMQP broker and its client. Prior to any exchanges of AMQP Messages, the CCS customer shall establish with CCS Provider a TLS session using TLS 1.2 version.

The CCS provider acts as a certificate authority to provide and validate X.509 certificates. Before service operation, a package including X509 certificate and private key, will be delivered to the customer using the PKCS#12 archive file format.
Mutual authentication with X509 certificates is used between the AMQP broker and its client. Prior to any exchanges of AMQP Messages, the CCS customer shall establish with CCS Provider a TLS session using TLS 1.2 version.

The CCS provider acts as a certificate authority to provide and validate X.509 certificates. Before service operation, a package including X509 certificate and private key, will be delivered to the customer using the PKCS#12 archive file format.
Mutual authentication with X509 certificates is used between the AMQP broker and its client. Prior to any exchanges of AMQP Messages, the CCS customer shall establish with CCS Provider a TLS session using TLS 1.2 version.

The CCS provider acts as a certificate authority to provide and validate X.509 certificates. Before service operation, a package including X509 certificate and private key, will be delivered to the customer using the PKCS#12 archive file format.
Mutual authentication with X509 certificates is used between the AMQP broker and its client. Prior to any exchanges of AMQP Messages, the CCS customer shall establish with CCS Provider a TLS session using TLS 1.2 version.