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This article describes how to run Smart ID Digital Access component in distributed mode.
Distributed mode is used when the different functions in Digital Access component are distributed to several virtual appliances. A typical case is when you want to enforce the access in one appliance (PEP, Policy Enforcement Point) and process the authorization and authentication requests in one appliance (PDP, Policy Decision Point). In this case you will need two appliances. One that runs access point and another that runs the other Digital Access component services.
Administration service limitations
There can be only one administration service in a node network. Nodes running other services should be connected to the administration service node. Once a service has successfully connected to an administration service, then that service cannot easily be switched to work with another appliance's administration service.
The following prerequisites apply:
Get token and stop services - manager node
Join as worker nodes
At manager node
This article is valid for Digital Access 6.0.5/Smart ID 21.04 and later.