We have upgraded our Cluster to 11.5 and have discovered some issues with the bosh certificate, with different browsers. If I browse to the :7335/httpbinding url in chrome it attempts to utilize the cup-xmpp-ECDSA certificate which is self signed. If I go to the same url within IE it uses the original CA signed certificate. The reason I have started looking into this is we have a user that attempting to utilize a embrava light for jabber on a Mac but is having issues. This was never utilized until after the upgrade to 11.5 so I don't know if it would have worked prior, would a CA signed certificate to replace cup-xmpp-ECDSA resolve the issue? Has anyone else experienced issues similar?
Actually I am not completely sure that the application is using the EC certificate, but I have verified that chrome will utilize that by browsing the bosh url, IE will utilize the "normal" certificate. Maybe I am assuming to much with the browser results but it seems to correlate to the issue, that the OS/application doesn't trust the self signed certificate.
I am going generate a CSR for the EC certificate and have it signed with our CA and see if the results are different. Thanks for the information, I will update the thread with the results...
I know this a little old but we just updated our IMPS to 11.5 and have a few MACs with Embrava. What we ended up doing was trusting the EC cert after creating a cname in our DNS with the <imserver>-ec.<domain> to our imps server.
You may not need the cname and just need to trust the cert but we did the cname first.
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