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Installing a signed SSL certificate on Amigopod with intermediate certificate(s)

For Amigopod versions <= 3.3, the web server can be brought down if the SSL certificate files aren't uploaded in the correct format. The trust chain must be properly separated before uploading to Amigopod. The trust chain includes all of the certificates to trust an SSL certificate including the root CA and any number of intermediate certificates.

All certificates including the SSL certificate, the root CA, and the intermediate CA must be in Base64 format. The root CA must be a standalone certificate. A bundled .p7b file is not supported for the root CA. All intermediate certificates must be concatenated into one file. This can be done in a text editor where the format would look like:
-----BEGIN CERTIFICATE----- 
... 
-----END CERTIFICATE----- 
-----BEGIN CERTIFICATE----- 
... 
-----END CERTIFICATE----- 
-----BEGIN CERTIFICATE----- 
... 
-----END CERTIFICATE----- 

See the attached guide for installing an AD signed certificate on Amigopod. The process documents how to extract the intermediate and root certificates from a bundled .p7b file into standalone Base64 files.

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