Puppet agent nodes and Puppet masters communicate by HTTPS with client verification.
The Puppet master provides an HTTP interface, with various endpoints available.
When requesting or submitting anything to the master, the agent makes an HTTPS request to one of those endpoints.
Client-verified HTTPS means each master or agent must have an identifying SSL certificate.
They each examine their counterpart’s certificate to decide whether to allow an exchange of information.
Puppet includes a built-in certificate authority for managing certificates.
Agents can automatically request certificates through the master’s HTTP API.
You can use the puppet cert command to inspect requests and sign new certificates.
And agents can then download the signed certificates.
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