I did an on-premise setup for Sitecore 9.3 XP Scaled environment. At the time of installation I created separate certificates using
createcert.json file and common
xconnect certificate thumbprint for all the instances.
Now going forward in production (which is also an On-Premise environment) we have to use one certificate provided by our IT team.
I did an installation with this single certificate thumbprint for all instances including
xconnect. So here are my installation instances.
This certificate subject identifier is defined as
uatcm.company.com:433 (CM) uatcm.company.com:1221 (xconnect collection) uatcm.company.com:1222 (xconnect collection search) uatcm.company.com:1223 (xconnect marketing automation) uatcm.company.com:1224 (xconnect marketing automation report) uatcm.company.com:1225 (processing) uatcm.company.com:1226 (reporting) uatcm.company.com:1227 (reference data) uatcm.company.com:1228 (cortex processing) uatcm.company.com:1229 (cortex reporting)
I have installed the CD instance and the 4 necessary certificates including thumbprint in connectionstring.config in CD machine and I am able to connect to these services with https.
My question is - is this a valid setup (using port numbers) ? If we need to create separate bindings so can we add these domains in one certificate and use it for all?
Right now I am getting FORBIDDEN 403 issue when I browse for Experience Analytics in my CM instance