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Old 02-21-2011, 06:11 PM
chinq chinq is offline
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Post SIP: The root CA certificate will expire in 21 days ???

The Voice Portal 5.0 system shows this message on the interface: "SIP: The root CA certificate will expire in 21 days". How could I update this certificate ?
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Old 04-06-2011, 12:23 AM
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This is know issue where for VP5.0 and VP5.0 SP1 the root certificate expires in 1 year. This has been changed to expire after 10 years in SP2.

You will need to update the system to SP2.

Kindly run the below command first on the VPMS and then upgrade the systems to VP 5.0 SP2
sudo -u postgres psql -d VoicePortal -c "delete from vpcertificate where certtype='CA';

However, in case the system is not using SIP, the warning message (SIP: Certificate will expire within 20 days) can be ignored as it will not affect the services.

Hope this helps

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Old 04-06-2011, 08:57 PM
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if VP5.1, Run UpdateRootCertificate shell under /opt/Avaya/VoicePortal/Support/VP-Tools.
if VP5.0, Ask Avaya to get UpdateRootCertificate shell for VP5.0
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