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Clearing Certificate Log in CA server (3845)

Hi All,

    Could any one let me know the command for clearing the certificate log in a CA server. We have a 3845 router running "flash:c3845-advipservicesk9-mz.124-24.T.bin" ios.

     I also wanted to understand what exactly the certificate logs does?

Your inputs are greatly appreciated.

Thanks

Naren

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Re: Clearing Certificate Log in CA server (3845)

Hi Naren,

All logging including certificate logging is send to the logging buffer, console or to syslog based on your configuration.

Are you trying to clear/delete the issued identity certificate information stored in  the NVRAM ?

Then, you can do a dir nvram:*.cnm and dir nvram:*.crt

Example:

1.cnm                           
1.crt                           
2.cnm                           
2.crt                           
3.cnm                          
3.crt                           
4.cnm                           
4.crt

Theystart with 1 and then go upwards. Its OK to delete these files , just be careful to delete any other files like with .cer extension.

You can delete using delete nvram:.

If thats not what you are looking for, then please provide more details on what you want to achieve.

Tom

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