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AWMS 7.1.3 shows Certificate Error

We have Airwave AWMS  7.1.3 running under CentOS 5.5, in VMware on ESXi. It is showing a Certificate error.

 

Expand the notification box the message reads:  "Certificate Invalid- The certificates presented by this website has error..."

At the bottom there is a hyperlink 'Verify Certificate', I followed it and installed certificates by placing them in "Trusted Root Certificate Authority".  I get the notification that ';Certificates installed successfully'.

However the error shows up. Can anyone help here. I am connecting the server via web-browser and logged in as admin.

 

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Re: AWMS 7.1.3 shows Certificate Error


mikhan wrote:

We have Airwave AWMS  7.1.3 running under CentOS 5.5, in VMware on ESXi. It is showing a Certificate error.

 

Expand the notification box the message reads:  "Certificate Invalid- The certificates presented by this website has error..."

At the bottom there is a hyperlink 'Verify Certificate', I followed it and installed certificates by placing them in "Trusted Root Certificate Authority".  I get the notification that ';Certificates installed successfully'.

However the error shows up. Can anyone help here. I am connecting the server via web-browser and logged in as admin.

 


Are you accessing Airwave with an ip address or fqdn?



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Re: AWMS 7.1.3 shows Certificate Error

We access the Airwave AWMS by an IP address.

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Re: AWMS 7.1.3 shows Certificate Error

If you are not accessing the server by the FQDN on the on the certificate, you will get an error, because it is mismatched.  You will either have to load a certificate which will match the FQDN of the address you use to open it, or you will get an error.



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