Creating a Self-signed certificates using Openssl issue..
I was just trying to generate self signed certificate for my VCS-E and VCS-C for running the MRA feature. i have followed the " Cisco VCS Certificate Creation and Deployment Guide X8.1 for that. i am facing some issue to generate server.pem. please see the below mentioned error for the same.
OpenSSL> ca -config openssl_local.cfg -cert cacert.pem -keyfile private/cakey.pe m -in certcsr.pem -out certs/server.pem -md sha1 Using configuration from openssl_local.cfg Loading 'screen' into random state - done Enter pass phrase for private/cakey.pem: I am unable to access the ./demoCA/newcerts directory ./demoCA/newcerts: No such file or directory error in ca OpenSSL>
i have the newcerts directory created under demoCA folder with full access permission. please help me to fix this..
i tried by making demoCA in lower case, but it didn't work. it end upon the same error. see below.
C:\> C:\> C:\>cd OpenSSL-Win32\bin\PEM\democa
C:\OpenSSL-Win32\bin\PEM\democa> C:\OpenSSL-Win32\bin\PEM\democa> C:\OpenSSL-Win32\bin\PEM\democa>openssl ca -config openssl_local.cfg -cert cacer t.pem -keyfile private/cakey.pem -in certcsr.pem -out certs/server.pem -md sha1 Using configuration from openssl_local.cfg Loading 'screen' into random state - done Enter pass phrase for private/cakey.pem: I am unable to access the ./democa/newcerts directory ./democa/newcerts: No such file or directory
The reason I suggested that is because the error message is looking for ./democa/newcerts - so unless there's another democa folder within the democa folder you're running it from, it isn't going to find it.
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i have found it easier to use the Openssl running on VCS to run the commands especially for running self signed cert for single peer VCS's and use the private key generated for the server not the CA key.
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