AMQ9631: The CipherSpec negotiated during the SSL handshake does not match the
required CipherSpec for channel 'TEST.QMGR.SVRCONN'.
There is a mismatch between the CipherSpecs on the local and remote ends of
channel 'TEST.QMGR.SVRCONN'. The channel will not run until this mismatch is
resolved. The CipherSpec required in the local channel definition is
'TLS_RSA_WITH_AES_128_CBC_SHA256'. The name of the CipherSpec negotiated during
the SSL handshake is 'TLS_RSA_WITH_AES_256_CBC_SHA256'. A code is displayed if
the name of the negotiated CipherSpec cannot be determined.
Change the channel definitions for 'TEST.QMGR.SVRCONN' so the two ends have
matching CipherSpecs and restart the channel. If the certificate in use by one
end of the channel is a Global Server Certificate, then the negotiated
CipherSpec may not match that specified on either end of the channel. This is
because the SSL protocol allows a Global Server Certificate to automatically
negotiate a higher level of encryption. In these cases specify a CipherSpec
which meets the requirements of the Global Server Certificate.
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Starting MQSC for queue manager TESTQM.
1 : DIS CHANNEL(TEST.QMGR.SVRCONN) SSLCIPH
AMQ8414: Display Channel details.
One MQSC command read.
No commands have a syntax error.
All valid MQSC commands were processed.
the MDB started without problems.