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How do I delete the revoked web server certificate so that I can access the web interface of the controller?

Question:  How do I delete the revoked web server certificate so that I can access the web interface of the controller?

 

Product and Software: This article applies to all Aruba controllers and ArubaOS versions.

If the server certificate is revoked or expired, the web interface of the controller is not accessible. To access the web interface, you must either:

  • Remove the revoked server certificate from the controller.
  • Change the web server certificate back to the default using the CLI.

Remove the Revoked Server Certificate

If the certificate is referenced, it must be cleared and then removed. To remove the certificate from the controller, enter this command:

(aruba) (config) #no crypto-local pki serverCert < name of the certificate >.

Change the Web Server Certificate Back to the Default

To change the web server certificate back to default through CLI, issue these commands:

(Aruba)(config)#web-server no switch-cert
(Aruba)(config)#web-server switch-cert default

To view the certificate that is currently mapped to the web server, enter the 'show web-server' command:

(Aruba) #show web-server

Web Server Configuration

------------------------

Parameter Value

--------- -----

Cipher Suite Strength high

SSL/TLS Protocol Config sslv3 tlsv1

Switch Certificate default

Captive Portal Certificate default

Management user's WebUI access method username/password

User session timeout <30-3600> (seconds) 900

Maximum supported concurrent clients <25-400> 25

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