On 06/30/2015 03:03 PM, Fraser Tweedale wrote: > Hi Martin, > > #4559 [RFE] Support lightweight sub-CAs > > Remaining work is not huge but may be more than can be done this > week even with Christian's help; the largest remaning concern > being Custodia. > > As per discussion in team meeting, I'm going to liaise with Simo > and determine a plan for the key replication. > > > #2915 ipa-getcert does not allow setting specific EKU on > certificates > > Involves certmonger so I will need to do a bit more > investigation. > > If non-trivial to accomplish this with the default profile, now > that we have support for multiple profiles it could be done with > a separate profile, as long as certmonger passes the profile > propertly with `-T' argument. I will follow up on this tomorrow > and let you know what I find out.
Ok. I was not involved when the ticket was filed, but it does not seem to me as something that should get much priority and your time at this stage. > #4970 Server certificate profile should always include a Subject > Alternate name for the host > > If a subjectAltName request extension is in CSR, it is checked > by `cert-request', and copied onto the final certificate by > Dogtag. In the default profile there is currently no other way > to specify the SAN. > > A possible approach to resolve this with the default profile is > to update it to include a separate, optional subjectAltName > request input, which could be filled in if explicit SAN is not > provided in CSR. There are related lines of investigation. > Will provide update tomorrow. Ok. > #4752 Provide an IEC 62351-8 / DNP3 ID certificate profile > > We can provide a profile that supports DNP3 extension now if it > is included in a CSR extension request. > > The patches for IEC 62351-8 extension is in review. Once that is in > Dogtag we will be able to provide a profile that supports it > with an extensionRequest in CSR. Ok (can be FreeIP 4.2.x IMO). > #3473 Switch to using RESTful interface in dogtag CA interface > > Postpone; there is not an urgent need. Right, already did :-) -- Manage your subscription for the Freeipa-devel mailing list: https://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/freeipa-devel Contribute to FreeIPA: http://www.freeipa.org/page/Contribute/Code