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How do I install a CA signed SSL Certificate into a distributed CLM environment with a Reverse Proxy?

Sudheer Rugbeer (11521832) | asked Jun 01 '16, 1:33 p.m.

I have a customer that has a distributed CLM 6.0.1 environment with an IHS reverse proxy.
The environment was migrated from a single-server topology to a distributed one, so the IHS proxy was used to maintain Public URL stability.

I had set up the distributed environment using the standard self-signed certificates.
The client has since obtained a CA signed certificate which I installed into the IHS keystore and set this to be the default cerificate.
However, once I restarted the IHS service, I could no longer access any of the CLM apps and started receiving SSL handshake errors in the IHS log file.

What additional steps do I need to perform to properly install the CA signed SSL certificate into the distributed environment?

Thank you,

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Ralph Schoon (63.3k33646) | answered Jun 03 '16, 2:30 a.m.
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Setup SSL Handshake Between the WAS profiles and IHS

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Sudheer Rugbeer commented Jun 07 '16, 4:45 a.m.

Hi Ralph,

I have set up the SSL handshake between the WAS profiles and IHS when we had the self-signed cert installed.
I just want to confirm if we have to redo this step after installing the CA-signed cert into the IHS keystore?


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