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Old 04-17-2018, 09:58 AM
rodri1005 rodri1005 is offline
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Post ASBCE working with public certification authority (CA)

Hi Everyone.

I´m working with ASBCE 7.2.1 using Reverse Proxy to publish Unified Portal from Equinox Videoconference.
Initially I tested using the CA from Equinox (9.1) and it´s working.
Now I´m begining to change the certificate from external interface to be signed by a public CA, using Let´s Encrypt.
In fact, there are some process to install the certificate in ASBCE, including encryption of CA certificate key and other things.
I´d like to know, if anyone here have already the experience to do this task, and would like to share the experience.


Rodrigo Rodrigues
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