$ rpm -q ipa-server
ipa-server-3.0.0-42.el6.x86_64

I tend to revert to openssl as I have some familiarity with it.

ipa service-add HTTP/p1nxut01.stt.local

excellent except we wanted human friendly certificates/SSL

So I created a one-off openssl.cnf file with subjectAltName configured and 
generated csr and key files...
grep subjectAltName openssl.cnf
subjectAltName="nexus.stt.local"
openssl req -new -config /etc/ssl/openssl.cnf -out p1nxut01.csr -keyout 
p1nxut01.key

and then passed them on to IPA for signing...
ipa cert-request p1nxut01.csr --principal 
host/p1nxut01.stt.local@STT.LOCAL<mailto:host/p1nxut01.stt.local@STT.LOCAL>
and it was reported serial #44

so I retrieved the certificate...
ipa cert-show 44 --out=/etc/ssl/p1nxut01.stt.local.crt

openssl x509 -in p1nxut01.stt.local.crt -noout -text

but no subjectAltNames are listed  :-(

can someone hit me with a cluestick?

Craig White
System Administrator
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