The sensor software runs on systems with the following requirements:
To access the CertCentral cloud, the sensor must be able to:
To manage certificate automations for your network appliances, the sensor must be able to:
Note: DigiCert recommends installing the sensor at a network location with maximum visibility of the systems it will manage. Multiple sensors may be required if all managed systems cannot be accessed from a single network segment.
If your sensor will be used as a proxy for ACME agent-based automations, then it must:
When installing a sensor with docker, note that the sensor container will use a bridge network by default. In this case a docker network is associated with a bridge interface on the host, and firewall rules are defined to filter traffic between these interfaces.
Docker containers that share the same docker network and host bridge interface but are isolated from each other by the firewall can communicate with each other using the bridge network.
docker network ls
docker inspect <docker_container_ID> | grep sensor
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