The CloudBridge Plug-in is always used as the client-side unit and thus requires no additional SSL configuration other than installing credentials for the SSL signaling (secure peering) connection. The main difference between SSL compression on the plug-in and the appliance is that the plug-in is unable to encrypt the user data in the disk based compression history.
The CloudBridge Plug-in supports both SSL split proxy and SSL transparent proxy. The plug-in ships without certificate-key pairs for the SSL signaling connection. If desired, the same credentials can be used by all plug-ins, or each plug-in can have its own credentials.
The plug-in does not attempt SSL compression unless credentials have been installed.
The plug-in inherits its crypto license from the appliance.