Is there any documentation on how to generate the cert request from the VMTurbo appliance and then to import the signed cert into the appliance?
Hi Andrea, to create certificate requests and import signed certificates into an appliance, you'll need to SSH into the VMTurbo appliance.
1. SSH Login into vmturbo
The username is: root
The password is: vmturbo
2. Next, Run the following commands:
openssl req -out vmturbo.csr -new -newkey rsa:2048 -nodes -keyout vmturbo.key
3. Use SCP to copy .csr and .key files from /tmp on VMTurbo to local computer
4. SCP the .CSR and .KEY from /tmp on VMTurbo to a computer so that you can process the request (CSR).From Internal CA process the CSR (windows) 'Request cert' -> Advanced -> base-64-encoded -> 'Template Used' = Router (offline request)
5. Download CER key, uploaded to vmturbo etc/ssl/certs
6. Log into VMTurbo and change directory:
**If your cert is NOT in the PEM format use the steps below, if it is proceed to step 9**
7. Convert cert to pem: openssl x509 -inform der -in vmturbo.cer -out vmturbo.pem
8. Copy the .pem file to /etc/apache2/ssl.crt and rename the file to end in .crt (e.g. cp vmturbo.pem /etc/apache2/ssl.crt/server.crt)
9. Copy the existing /etc/apache2/ssl.key/server.key to server-old.key
Copy the existing /etc/apache2/ssl.crt/server.crt to server-old.crt
10. Copy the cert file from step 4
cp vmturbo.cer /etc/apache2/ssl.crt/server.crt
11. Move the files.
move /tmp/vmturbo.key into /etc/apache2/ssl.key to server.key using the command below.
mv /tmp/vmturbo.key /etc/apache2/ssl.key/server.key
**Note: the server.crt and server.key files are referenced in the file called (you don’t need to edit this file if the lines are not commented out.**
12. Finally, restart the apache2 service
service apache2 restart
Got all the things Francis. But i am still facing issue to get these below files
I am using vmturbo 4.6 in my environment. can you please confirm how can i opt these files.
Hi email@example.com, I am currently reviewing the procedure to determine the issue you face, I'll keep you posted.
Hi firstname.lastname@example.org, please try again using the steps above. Let me know if you run into any issues, thank you.
Here is the process that worked for me if you have a root and intermediate cert to add to the chain.
I have an issue. i want to add an extra "name" for accessing my vmturbo home page. i want to add this name in to cert so i cannot get any cert issue when i access the vmturbo page.
e.g. The existing server : egvmto1 : No certificate error comes after installing ca certs
Alias created in AD : egvmturbo : Certificate error appear. (Want to fix this too.)
How to do it please suggest. Thanks.
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