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Frequent Contributor I

revoking the certificate

Hi we are facing an issue with controller not able to access the WEBUI error Certificate in google chrome



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Re: revoking the certificate

Frequent Contributor I

Re: revoking the certificate

I was trying follow the procedure in the 




but unfortunately i do not have the name of the certificate that is 


show crypto-local pki servercert (output ) is no certificates uner it


and as per article i have use the name of the certificate


no crypto-local pki servercert <name of cert> so what will be the name and how to find it.


Did remaining steps setting web-server switch-cert default it did not help.


But no issues in accessing the controller in Firefox. Only issues with Chrome Version is 52.xx.x and IE 11.


So please let me know anything i can do



Guru Elite

Re: revoking the certificate

Have you tried a different browser?  You need to access the GUI to change the certificate to a self-signed one...


Please see the post here:  https://community.arubanetworks.com/t5/Controller-Based-WLANs/ArubaOS-Default-Certificate-Revocation-FAQ-Controllers/ta-p/275809



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Frequent Contributor I

Re: revoking the certificate

Hi I see the issue started on 8th Sep 2016 from the CRL on the PC. So there is no other way to go back normal other than installing Self-signed Certificate or Customer certificate ?


Is there way we can use  Publich Standard Certificate which are already Installed on PC by default ?

Guru Elite

Re: revoking the certificate

You would need to acquire a public certificate for use with the captive
portal. If you have an existing public certificate with private key, it can
be used, but you should verify with your security team.

The FAQ explains what happened and why you can't just "revert" back.

Tim Cappalli | Aruba Security
@timcappalli | timcappalli.me | ACMX #367 / ACCX #480
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