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MSE 8510: default SSL certificate expired

Hello Community,

the self signed SSL certificate of our MSE8510 which was setup automatically during installation is expired. Is there a way to create a new direct on the box or is this something I have to do external and upload it?

Has anyone a short guide how to do that?

Thanks

Renz

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MSE 8510: default SSL certificate expired

Check out:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/telepresence/infrastructure/articles/mcu_certify_https_connections_157.shtml

Its always a good idea to browse the cisco documentation site first! :-)

You find also some info when you use google, like:

http://blog.codesalot.com/2010/11/25/creating-certificates-fo-codian-mcu/

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MSE 8510: default SSL certificate expired

Check out:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/telepresence/infrastructure/articles/mcu_certify_https_connections_157.shtml

Its always a good idea to browse the cisco documentation site first! :-)

You find also some info when you use google, like:

http://blog.codesalot.com/2010/11/25/creating-certificates-fo-codian-mcu/

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Re: MSE 8510: default SSL certificate expired

Thanks Martin,

this is the "long" way to do it. My hope was that there is a button or command available. ;-)

Two additions to the mentioned links:

- the win32 version of openssl needs a parameter "-config" which points to the config file. Default is /bin/openssl.cfg

- default expiration date is only some days later. Parameter "-days" in "openssl x509 ..." can change that

MSE 8510: default SSL certificate expired

Thank you for setting the thread to anwered and sharing your additions with us +5 for you.

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