Install VIOS SSL Certificate on Integrated Virtualization Manager


Login or Register for Dates, Times and to Reply

 
Thread Tools Search this Thread
# 1  
Install VIOS SSL Certificate on Integrated Virtualization Manager

Anyone have any procedures or tutorials on how to change the self-signed certificate on the IBM AIX VIOS Intergrated Virtulization Manager web site?

I've googled till my fingers broke and most links take me to generic replacements for IBM products that I don't have.

Any help is appreciated. Thanks!
# 2  
See IBM Ref, for a related hint:
IBM Knowledge Center - To replace the default certificate with a new self-signed certificat

Quote:
To replace the default certificate with a new self-signed certificate, complete the following tasks:
Click New Self-Signed.
On the Create New Self-Signed Certificate page, enter a unique value in the Key Label field.
Provide values for the other fields, and click OK.
The list of Personal Certificates contains your new self-signed certificate and the certificate with the default label.

Select the certificate with the default label and click Rename.
Enter a new label for the certificate, and click OK.
Select the new certificate and click Rename.
Enter default as the new label, and click OK.
To replace the default certificate with a new certificate that is signed by an external certificate authority, complete the following tasks:
In the iKeyman utility, select Create > New Certificate Request.
Enter a unique value in the Key Label field and provide values for the other fields.
Pay special attention to the value you provide in the Enter the name of a file in which to store the certificate request field and click OK.
A message is displayed that informs you where the file that contains your new certificate request is located. The message tells you to send that new certificate request file to your external certificate authority.

On the Message page, click OK.
The external certificate authority signs your new certificate request and sends back your new certificate. The external certificate authority might send their signer certificate or the external certificate authority might assume that you already have their signer certificate in the key database file.

If the external certificate authority sends their signer certificate, complete the following tasks:
Select Signer Certificates and click Add.
Provide the File Name and Location values of the file that contains the Signer Certificate and click OK.
If the external certificate authority assumes that you already have their signer certificate in the key database file, complete the following tasks:
Select Signer Certificates and click Populate.
Search the lists of CA Certificates, select the one(s) for the external certificate authority that signed your new certificate request, and click OK.
If the lists of CA Certificates do not contain the one(s) for the external certificate authority that signed your new certificate request, ask your external certificate authority to send their signer certificate.

Once you have the signer certificate for the external certificate authority that signed your new certificate request, complete the following tasks:
Select Personal Certificates and click Receive.
Provide the File Name and Location values of the file that contains your new certificate and click OK.
Select the certificate with the default label and click Rename.
Enter a new label for the certificate and click OK.
Select your new certificate and click Rename.
Enter default as the new label and click OK.
In the iKeyman utility, click Key Database File > Exit.
Stop and start the Device, Alert, or Web server.
See also:

IBM Knowledge Center - Configuring a self-signed certificate
# 3  
None of those links is what I have. I do not have "IBM Spectrum Control" available to me. I have a P8 with AIX installed with three LPARS the vios has a website that controls the LPAR's. It has a self signed cert. We need to put our own certificate on this.


The second link shows using '/opt/ibm/ccm/create_security_artifacts.sh' but that file is not found anywhere on my VIOS.


I think the keystore is here (not 100% sure): /usr/ios/lpm/gui/httpd/security/keystore/ibmjsse2.jks and .jts
# 4  
Anyone have any idea on this?? I have searched an search. I can replace the ASMI cert with the web interface but the IVM site is self signed and I can't find any detail on updating it.
Login or Register for Dates, Times and to Reply

Previous Thread | Next Thread
Thread Tools Search this Thread
Search this Thread:
Advanced Search

9 More Discussions You Might Find Interesting

1. Web Development

CronJobs issues after SSL certificate

Hello! I had a cron job running on my website, activating a php script every friday. The Php script just activated another photo to add in the gallery. It worked fine until I got an SSL certificate for my website, then everything broke. This was the command before: lynx -source... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: AGDesign
0 Replies

2. Cybersecurity

SSL Certificate Stores

Hey everyone, I'm trying to get a lay of the land for OS and Application Certificate Stores. Can someone confirm that I have this concept right? If the application you're using say Firefox has it's own trusted CA store, it uses that exclusively. So if you're running firefox in Windows, Firefox... (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: Lost in Cyberia
4 Replies

3. Red Hat

SSL Certificate Renewal on Tomcat

Hi, I want to renew the ssl certificate for one of my application on tomcat without down time. I want to know what would the possible impacts for the users who currently have sessions to the app. Regards, Arumon (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: arumon
1 Replies

4. AIX

IBM Integrated Virtualization Manager

We have AIX runninng on IBM Bladecenter When opening a terminal window for one of the lpars, in Internet explorer it opens a pop up window and I can login, but when using Mozilla Firefox the popup window is closed immediately or doesn't even open. Please help. (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: wjace
1 Replies

5. Web Development

export SSL certificate

we are doing TCP for our systems. I have a working SSL certificate on prodction webserver. Im planning to export it to our DR server for TCP purposes. However when I export based on the procedure below, it doesn't work. When I restart the DR webserver, it still says the certifcate is expired.Any... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: lhareigh890
1 Replies

6. Cybersecurity

SSL certificate

Hi guys. I have some questions about ssl certificates. I looked at SSL providers and saw that they are providing 2 types of certificates: per server or per domain. my server host name is: srv1.example.com I have a smtp, imap, web server on this box. but all services accessed by different... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: majid.merkava
1 Replies

7. AIX

Installing SSL certificate on AIX

Hello, I am new in UNIX, and some one asks me to install SSL certificates to allow exchange with an external system. Can someone tell how to install certificate (ex : verisignxxx.cer) on a UNIX server? Many thanks. Tibo (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: tibo51
4 Replies

8. Web Development

SSL certificate

Dear All Anyone know how to issue two different certification on apache virtualhost fyi i have one virtualhost eg 69.192.1.25:443 already signed with verisign how can i configure another virtualhost 69.192.1.25:443 which signing with another certificate which self signing. i search net not... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: netxus
1 Replies

9. Web Development

SSL Certificate Installation problem

Hello everybody Hope somebody can help me I'm trying to install SSL Certificate on Apache/mod_ssl on Linux with Zend for Oracle. I bought and downloaded certificate from certificate from Network Solutions. Than I followed the instructions to the dot. I created a directory for certificate... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: Trusevich
2 Replies

Featured Tech Videos