SSL Pre-existing wild card cert and AWS

I have beats talking to logstash using an existing wildcard SSL certificate from a third party. I’m running the entire stack in AWS. I want to use search guard to protect logstash to elasticsearch, elasticsearch to elasticsearch, and kibana to elasticsearch communications.

I want to continue to use the wildcard certificate. Do a set of instructions exist on the proper setup for creating the keystore and truststore using a wildcard? I don’t want to enter individual keys into the keystore for each host, as we utilize auto scaling heavily.

I don't think that wildcard certs need a special setup, so you should find all you need here http://floragunncom.github.io/search-guard-ssl-docs/
What is your preferred tool to setup the key and truststores (openssl or keytool?)

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Am 17.02.2017 um 17:54 schrieb Joel S <jjshoe@gmail.com>:

I have beats talking to logstash using an existing wildcard SSL certificate from a third party. I'm running the entire stack in AWS. I want to use search guard to protect logstash to elasticsearch, elasticsearch to elasticsearch, and kibana to elasticsearch communications.

I want to continue to use the wildcard certificate. Do a set of instructions exist on the proper setup for creating the keystore and truststore using a wildcard? I don't want to enter individual keys into the keystore for each host, as we utilize auto scaling heavily.

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