Aserto Edge Authorizers can connect to the Aserto Control Plane to receive policy and directory updates and commands. Edge authorizers must use client certificates from Edge Authorizer connections to connect to the Control Plane.
The Aserto CLI can be used to configure certificates. The
list-connections sub-command lists a tenant's existing
Edge Authorizer connections:
aserto control-plane list-connections
Each of the listed connections has an
id field, which can be used to retrieve certificate data, including the
certificate and private key:
aserto control-plane client-cert <edge-authorizer-connection-id>
For more details on how to configure the certificate see the edge authorizers section of this documentation.
To list the Edge Authorizer instances connected to the Control Plane:
aserto control-plane list-instance-registrations
Each entry in the resulting list will have an
id field, a
policy-id field indicating what policy instance the edge
is configured to run and a
remote_host field which can be used to identify the individual edge instance. The value of
the latter is the
$HOSTNAME environment variable of the edge host, and will be overridden with the
environment variable, if it exists.
discovery sub-command causes an Edge Authorizer to immediately fetch configuration from the Control Plane.
aserto control-plane discovery <instance-registration-id>
edge-dir-sync sub-command causes an Edge Authorizer to immediately synchronize its local directory state (if
synchronization is enabled).
aserto control-plane edge-dir-sync <instance-registration-id>