From email discussion:
"We did reinstall the certificate after reinstalling Couchbase. We originally installed Couchbase using the FQDN (fully qualified domain name) vs. the IP address. Looking at the SslConnection.cs in the SDK, the ConnectionPool.EndPoint.Address.ToString() resolves to an IP address vs. a hostname. Our understanding of the MSDN documentation regarding SslStream.AuthenticateAsClient is that the targetHost must match the name on the server’s certificate, which in our case is a hostname, not an IP address.
If we install Couchbase using the IP Address (pictured in screenshot below), everything works as expected. "
|For Gerrit Dashboard: NCBC-981|
|60103,8||NCBC-981: When FQDN is defined for Couchbase instance SSL fail||master||couchbase-net-client||Status: MERGED||+2||+1|