I am struggling with the basic setup.
I can use curl to verify I have a user and password that works, but curl can ignore the certificate.
Is there a way for ansible-pan to ignore it as well?
Thanks for your help!
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If you are on RedHat or Centos, the easiest way to do this is to export the following environment variable before you run your playbook:
$ export PYTHONHTTPSVERIFY=0
This works with virtual environments as well.
That is valid however I would not recommend it.
This is a global setting and could be a security risk.
Here are some alternatives that I have used.
1. Use a valid cert
2. Use a SSC and add it to the key store on the server
3. Use the URI ansible module and set validate_certs=no
I'm sure there are many others that could be used.
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