You can pass in login/password from the client side and encrypt the client
/ cassandra connection...
Le 13 nov. 2017 12:16, "Mokkapati, Bhargav (Nokia - IN/Chennai)" <
bhargav.mokkap...@nokia.com> a écrit :
We are using Apache Cassandra 3.0.13 version.
As part of Cassandra database security, we have created database super user
authentication, but from driver side we have default cql connection syntax
as “cqlsh <ip address>” not like “cqlsh <ip address> -u username and -p
password”. So cqlsh connection failing from application side.
So we have choosen a firewall method to limit the access to Cassandra
database with system IP address ranges.
Suggest us If any other better method than IP address firewall to create a
security for Cassandra.