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CUPS 7 certificate

Hi

CUPS 7, CA on a 2k3 server SP2

CA is already issuing certs for other services (win2k3 and 2k8 ok)

I am following the Configuring Cisco Unified Presence Release 7.0 with Microsoft OCS

for MOC Call Control document and have an error with certificates.

When I try to upload the signed cert to CUPS (last bit of section 5)

Cert name = siproxy

root cert = CertsrvDC1 (my internal CA)

Description = self-signed cert (greyed out cant change)

upload file = C:\....\siproxy.pem

I get the error message:

CSR Subject CN:Adminsitrator does not match Certificate Subject CN:CUPS.vlan208.local

All the previous steps appear to have been successful. I have used base 64 etc.

If I change the cert template from administrator to web server then I get a different error message:

Unable to read CA

Any ideas appreciated

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Red

Re: CUPS 7 certificate

You may use TCP or TLS between OCS and CUPS.

I'd recommend you use TCP first. You may change to TLS later.

Michael

http://htluo.blogsot.com

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Re: CUPS 7 certificate

Ran into this yesterday. When entering the Root CA name, you have to include the .pem, even though the documentation specifically says not to. You also have to select 'Web Server' template which is not mentioned in the docs.

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