David Christensen wrote:
-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1Rob Crittenden wrote:David Christensen wrote:-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 Rob Crittenden wrote:David Christensen wrote:-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 If freeIPA was installed and a CA signed cert was not used during the install and instead the freeipa generated one was used, it is possible to import one post install?There is a tool to do that, ipa-server-certinstall.If not this is not possible or rather difficult, is it possible to backup the freeIPA DB and import it after a new install to use the legit CA cert?It isn't too difficult to do but you have to understand the ramifications. When you create any replicas you'll need to provide two certificates for it (one for Apache and one for 389) in the form of PKCS#12 files and they need to be issued from the same CA as your other IPA servers (or they must already be trusted). You just have to be very careful, basically. robThanks for the info Rob. Does the same ramification exist using the ipa-server-certinstall toolYes, once you replace the self-signed CA you'll be responsible for providing all future certificates via PKCS#12 files and ensuring that the required CA certs will be available for trust purposes. It isn't an overwhelming task but can be confusing for those new to SSL. robThanks for clarifying. Can the tool be used on replicas? I created a replica for multimaster replication using the default install so I will need to import the SSL cert for both ipa servers.
Yes, it should work fine on replicas too. rob
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