Editing load balancer endpoints

For an unsecured (HTTP) endpoint, you can change the endpoint service type between S3 and Swift. For a secured (HTTPS) endpoint, you can edit the endpoint service type and view or change the security certificate.

Before you begin

Procedure

  1. Select Configuration > Network Settings > Load Balancer Endpoints.
    The Load Balancer Endpoints page appears. The existing endpoints are listed in the table.

    Endpoints with certificates that will expire soon are identified in the table.


    Edit Endpoint
  2. Select the endpoint you want to edit.
  3. Click Edit endpoint.
    The Edit Endpoint dialog box appears.

    For an unsecured (HTTP) endpoint, only the Endpoint Service Configuration section of the dialog box appears. For a secured (HTTPS) endpoint, the Endpoint Service Configuration and the Certificates sections of the dialog box appear, as shown in the following example.


    Edit Load Balancer Endpoint
  4. Make the desired changes to the endpoint.
    For an unsecured (HTTP) endpoint, you can:
    • Change the endpoint service type between S3 and Swift.
    • Change the endpoint binding mode.
    For a secured (HTTPS) endpoint, you can:
    • Change the endpoint service type between S3 and Swift.
    • Change the endpoint binding mode.
    • View the security certificate.
    • Upload or generate a new security certificate when the current certificate is expired or about to expire.

      Select a tab to display detailed information about the default StorageGRID server certificate or a CA signed certificate that was uploaded.

    Note: To change the protocol for an existing endpoint, for example from HTTP to HTTPS, you must create a new endpoint. Follow the instructions for creating load balancer endpoints, and select the desired protocol.
  5. Click Save.