Cisco Unified MeetingPlace, Release 7.0 -- Uploading the Certificate File and Enabling SSL

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Before You Begin
  • The Application Server supports only the following formats:
    • Private keys: PKCS #1, PKCS #8 (PEM or DER encoding), Java keystore
    • Certificates: X.509 (PEM or DER encoding), Java keystore
    If your certificate or private key is in an unsupported format, see Certificate or Private Key is in the Wrong Format.
  • If your CA issued a certificate that requires the installation of an intermediate CA certificate:
    1. Obtain the intermediate CA certificate(s) by contacting your CA.
    2. Using a text editor, paste the text of the intermediate CA certificate to the end of the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace certificate file.
    3. In the procedure below, make sure that you upload the combined certificate file that includes both the root and intermediate CA certificates.



Procedure
  1. Log in to the Administration Center.
  2. Click Certificate Management > Enable SSL.
  3. Enter values in the fields.
    Notes:
  4. Click Upload Certificate.
Verifying

If this is the first certificate upload for the system, proceed to Displaying the Certificate.


Otherwise, view the information capture log. See Obtaining and Viewing the System Information Capture (Infocap) Log.


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What to Do Next
  • If you use MeetingPlace Conference Manager, then you will need to edit the server URL to use "https" instead of "http." See Editing an Existing Server.

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