09-29-2015 05:24 PM
I just installed a cert from a trusted CA, but was still getting an untrusted CA warning. The cert provider instructions included a note saying the intermediate cert should be installed as well. I looked for how to do that and saw a post that said to just append it to the cert file and upload it to the controller. The controller took it, but now it's giving "securelogin.arubanetworks.com" for the captive portal - which makes me think I did that wrong. Doesn't the controller pull the hostname from the cert?
"To correctly install your certificate, it is important to
configure the server to use the intermediate DigiCertCA.crt
file in addition to the acme.company.crt"
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09-29-2015 05:30 PM
Yep! And after I made the change to append the intermediate cert, I went and made sure the new one I uploaded with the intermediate cert was selected.
The file is a .crt file, pem format and it looks like this:
blahblahblah server cert
blahblahblah intermediate cert
When I view the cert in the controller, I see the correct hostname and details of the cert.
09-29-2015 05:33 PM
09-29-2015 05:43 PM
I hadn't done this yet. When I posted the screen shot, I didn't see this reply.
When you say nest them, you mean all within the same file, correct? And when you say to import the intermediate and CA, would I import them as trusted CAs?
09-29-2015 05:58 PM