User Interface

OCSP service home

The following screen shows the homepage for the ADSS OCSP Service. From here you can make all the changes to the ADSS OCSP Service:

Registered CAs

You can configure the CAs for which the OCSP service will respond:

The following screen shows some of the configurations that can be made for a CA:

Default OCSP policy

If OCSP requests are not signed and there is at least one foreign certID in OCSP request then ADSS OCSP Server cannot apply the OCSP policy of a particular CA. The Default Policy is then used to process such unsigned OCSP requests containing foreign certID:

OCSP manual routing

The OCSP Service enables a manual routing table to be created for certificates that do not contain a service locator extension in the OCSP request. This is done by identifying the CA and manually configuring an address for its OCSP responder:

Access control

You can configure how the ADSS OCSP Service is made accessible to business applications:

OCSP service transaction log viewer

All ADSS OCSP service transactions are logged. The log records can be searched, filtered and customised. Log records can be securely archived and their integrity verified. A detailed request/response viewer is also provided:

You can also view the request and response:

Management Reporting for OCSP Service

The built-in reporting module can report on service transactions, top users and comparison of OCSP profile usage. The following shows the service transactions report:

The following shows the breakdown of OCSP request count on per CA basis:

The following shows the OCSP service usage report:

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