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Jabber Guest server Local SSL certificate

Hi , trying to download a local ssl certificate from jabberguest server and issued a 'generate a new self signed certificate' request. system shows 'a certificate signing request is being created, please wait' . unfortunetly its been like that for 2 days now - even after rebooting the server it still reports the same. (version is 10.5.3.115)....any advice appreciated.....TIA , Jeff

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Jeff, I had a look at my

Jeff,

 

I had a look at my Jabber Guest server this morning and oddly enough I found the same thing as you did. I'm not sure when the server got into this state however I can say it has been fully functional. Anyway, there are two options that you generally should have.

 

1) "Generate a New Self-Signed Certificate"

2) "Create a New Certificate Signing Request"

 

To restore these options I had to run the certificate scripts through the root of the system.

 

1) cd /opt/cisco/webcommon/scripts/

2) ./createcsr.sh   (This is for the Cert Signing Request)

3) ./selfsigned.sh  (This is for the Self Sign)

 

After running each script you'll need to run through the general certificate questions.

 

I hope this helps.

 

-P

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Cisco Employee

Jeff, I had a look at my

Jeff,

 

I had a look at my Jabber Guest server this morning and oddly enough I found the same thing as you did. I'm not sure when the server got into this state however I can say it has been fully functional. Anyway, there are two options that you generally should have.

 

1) "Generate a New Self-Signed Certificate"

2) "Create a New Certificate Signing Request"

 

To restore these options I had to run the certificate scripts through the root of the system.

 

1) cd /opt/cisco/webcommon/scripts/

2) ./createcsr.sh   (This is for the Cert Signing Request)

3) ./selfsigned.sh  (This is for the Self Sign)

 

After running each script you'll need to run through the general certificate questions.

 

I hope this helps.

 

-P

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Thank you so much Paul -

Thank you so much Paul - saved me opening a  tac case. Looks like a bug.

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