Check Point Identity Collector integration with Cisco ISE 2.4 PxGrid
I have a distributed ISE deployment with 2 PAN (PxGrid enabled) nodes, 2 MNT and 5 PSNs. I have integrated Check Point Identity Collector with ISE PxGrid Node. While integrating I exported Internal CA certificate from 'Primary PxGrid Node' which was used along with Root Certificate (domain) to generate 'Server certificate' in .jks format.
My concern is, what if the 'Primary PxGrd Node' breaks ? Will the Identity Collector still be ale to communicate with 'Secondary PxGrid Node'? Note that I used internal CA cert of Primary PxGrid Node to generate Server Certificate which was used while integrating Check Point Identity Collector.
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