Certificate - Network security

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jasb
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Certificate - Network security

Post by jasb » 18 Aug 2015 16:04

Hi,

Can we know if during post installation the network security level (Certificate) was activated ?

Thanks.

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Re: Certificate - Network security

Post by oldboy » 18 Aug 2015 18:40

What version are you running??? i think from 2.1 things got alot easier to check things

log in as root on the ssh and run the command checkcertificate.sh

also from the GUI window on your OT server open a terminal window and run the command CertificateTool.sh then you can change it to what you want
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Re: Certificate - Network security

Post by tgn » 19 Aug 2015 16:46

what oldboy told is the actual status of certificates.

you can see what's activated by postinstallation in the file bics.conf

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grep -i cert /var/data/bics/bics.conf
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Re: Certificate - Network security

Post by jasb » 20 Aug 2015 05:04

Hi guys,

Thanks a lot, this bics.conf is exactly what I was looking for.

oldboy, my release is 1.2.055 and when I type these commands doesn't recognize its.

Thanks !!!

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Re: Certificate - Network security

Post by adriano_santos » 20 Nov 2017 21:55

I am having trouble signing the certificate in version 2.3, when trying to sign with 8082 appears the message that the device is not enabled to sign the certificate, someone knows how to resolve this failure.

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