I'm trying to use CCP 2.3 running on windows xp to manage a cisco router.
The router has a valid signed certificate and https/ssh enabled.
If I go to https://router.domain.name/ with my web browser it reports that the certificate is good.
When I try to use CCP to discover the router, since I have "connect securely" selected, CCP tries to use ssl to connect.
But java pops up with a security certificate alert that the certificate was issued by an untrusted certificate authority.
I've checked all the cacerts files used by java, and the certificate authority that issued the certificate is listed in cacerts.
So why is CCP complaining about a bad certificate? Where does CCP actually get its list of certificate authorities from?