Using SSL, you can establish secure connections from CIS to any number of remote servers that support the SSL protocol (Adaptive Server enterprise 12.5 and some DirectConnects).
CIS handles SSL connections as follows:
The location of the trusted roots file is established. If the current server is SSL-enabled, then all outbound CIS connections will use the same trusted roots file as Adaptive Server Enterprise.
If the current server is SSL-enabled, then a connection property is established to define the Open Client callback that will be used to respond to a challenge from a remote SSL-enabled server. If the current server is not SSL-enabled, then the callback used will fail any connection to a remote SSL-enabled server.