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Problem With HTTPS Administration

I typically use the Web-based administration console to manage our VPN 3015 using HTTP. I decided to use HTTPS instead of HTTP. I clicked on the "Install SSL" icon on the upper left corner of the logon page of the Web-based administration console. SSL certificate was successfully installed. Under Configuration > System > Management Protocol > SSL, SSL is enabled with its default parameters. Private interface is using its default filter. The SSL certificate is installed as it comes default. Software version is 3.5.3. When I try to connect using https, it fails to connect and I get the following in the \vpn Concentrator's log. Any idea?

1 06/01/2002 18:08:44.100 SEV=4 SSL/2 RPT=42

Default context does not exist.

2 06/01/2002 18:08:44.100 SEV=3 HTTP/42 RPT=41 10.1.1.10

Error on socket accept.

3 06/01/2002 18:08:44.160 SEV=4 SSL/2 RPT=43

Default context does not exist.

4 06/01/2002 18:08:44.160 SEV=3 HTTP/42 RPT=42 10.1.1.10

Error on socket accept.

Thanks.

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Cisco Employee

Re: Problem With HTTPS Administration

From Administration | Certificate Management what SSL certificate do you see?

Could you delete it and on the same page on the SSL certificate, there is a generate button, see if it generates a new cert for you.

Looks like a cert issue.

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Re: Problem With HTTPS Administration

You were absolutely right. It fixed the problem.

Thank you very much.

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