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  • Thu, Aug 16 2018 10:43 AM

    • OvercastHQ
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    Cloudux20186 own cert install is not working

    Hi,
    I've faced problem during installation of our new certificate. The problem is: the cert is not populated into the ingress container.
    It contains another cert and _not_ the new one. Can someone describe what I need to do to make this work ?
    1. I went through the process according to Installation Guide.
    2. Searched for the nginx container and checked its content.
    Result is on the attached screenshot. (only one is allowed (: )
    It is the self siged cert I don't know where it comes from ..

    Thx in Advance,
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    George


  • Thu, Aug 16 2018 1:37 PM In reply to

    • VadymG
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    Re: Cloudux20186 own cert install is not working

    Hi George.


    Please tell if you executed “avidctl platform deploy –i” again after re-write cert.yaml.

    Please note that if you are going to change setting of pam/auth connections or cert configuration you should start deploy script again (“avidctl platform deploy –i”) without re-import the feature packs, so this re-deploy script would finished very quickly in a few minutes.

     

    Vadym G.

  • Thu, Aug 16 2018 2:07 PM In reply to

    • OvercastHQ
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    Re: Cloudux20186 own cert install is not working

    Hi Vadym,

    Yes I did. As intall Guide instructed. (I've tried it several times when I played with other settings too..)

    Thx
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    George

  • Thu, Aug 16 2018 2:30 PM In reply to

    • VadymG
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    Re: Cloudux20186 own cert install is not working

    George,

    Please check your “/etc/avid/config/cert.yaml”. Are there correct cert and key that you want to use?


    Do you want to use own ssl (self-signed certificate) or from trusted CA?

    Could you please tell which one commands you executed?


    //Vadym G.

  • Thu, Aug 16 2018 2:55 PM In reply to

    • VadymG
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    Re: Cloudux20186 own cert install is not working

    George,

    if you are going to use own self-signed certificate you could use "avidctl tools cert-gen" (avidctl tools cert-gen -h) to generate certificate, and use "avidctl platform config cert" with switch "-c" to configure cert.yaml.

    Hope it helps!


    //Vadym G.

  • Thu, Aug 16 2018 3:10 PM In reply to

    • OvercastHQ
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    Re: Cloudux20186 own cert install is not working

    Hi Vadym,

    Yes, the config file contains the new cert. So it is correctly generated.
    I'd like to use trusted CA version.
    I have executed the commands what you can see on this screenshot.

    Result of the deploy command was fine.

    Thx,
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    George

  • Thu, Aug 16 2018 3:11 PM In reply to

    • OvercastHQ
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    Re: Cloudux20186 own cert install is not working

    Hi Vadym,

    Yeah, I saw that in the doc, but don't want to use it.

    Regards,
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    George

  • Thu, Aug 30 2018 8:51 AM In reply to

    • OvercastHQ
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    Re: Cloudux20186 own cert install is not working

    Hi There,

    Any more response ?

    Regards,
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    George

  • Tue, Sep 4 2018 7:43 AM In reply to

    • VadymG
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    Re: Cloudux20186 own cert install is not working

    The correct way to apply a new one ssl-certificate need to follow next steps:
    1/ generate a new one cert.yaml: avidctl platform config cert -c /root/mycerts/cloudux20186.overcasthq.com.crt -k /root/mycerts/cloudux20186.overcasthq.com.key.pem
    2/ update/re-deploy core app (with answering “N”/no to all questions in the script): avidctl platform deploy -i
    3/ clear web cache
    4/ wait till a new pods would ready


    //Vadym G.

  • Tue, Sep 4 2018 3:50 PM In reply to

    • OvercastHQ
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    Re: Cloudux20186 own cert install is not working

    Hi Vadym,
    Thank you for the support, it is working at now.
    II'd like to make bullet point 3 clear :

    So I had to do this one in my chrome.
    Problem solved.

    Regards,
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    George

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