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Replacing mobility master default https cert

I've just uploaded a new cert (m and CA chain onto our dev mobility master.

 

Problem is can;t see what I change to tell the master to use our cert instead of the default one. Is it . the Captive Portal  option in Conf/System/More/General ?

 

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Re: Replacing mobility master default https cert

Also,  When I then go to the controllers why do I have to pick a different cert name for same certs that I uploaded onto the mobility master. This is 8.5.0 BTW

 

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Re: Replacing mobility master default https cert

Configuration> System> More> General.

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The friendly name has to be different, because that is how you can tell which certificate you are choosing from the dropdown.


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Re: Replacing mobility master default https cert

Ok , in our case we’ve got 1cert with multiple SANs and we’re using it on both the mobility master and the controllers

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Re: Replacing mobility master default https cert

Is this for Captive Portal?  Captive Portal certfs on MDs/MMs only require a single fqdn.  Only Captive Portal certificates on ClearPass need multiple SANs.


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Re: Replacing mobility master default https cert

No, its for the cert you see when connecting to the management GUI

 

 

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Re: Replacing mobility master default https cert

That would be under Configuration> System> Admin Authentication Options> Web Authentication> Server Certificate:

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