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changing HTTP certificate

2 posts in General Discussion Last posting was on 2006-08-04 21:07:33.0Z
Mait Posted on 2006-08-04 10:14:15.0Z
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hey,

how can one change the HTTP certificate in Pylon iAnywhere ver 7.0.8.3?

after the upgrade it just used the previously installed certificate,
and now that it's not using MS IIS for web, i cant figure how to use another
certificate ...

Mait


"Gerald Gillespie" <ggillespie Posted on 2006-08-04 21:07:33.0Z
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The PA server has a built-in Secure Gateway so now Secure Gateway is the
HTTP/HTTPS listener instead of IIS. Therefore it is the SG that is
configured with the certificates.

If the SG on the PA server is the one facing the web then add a certificate
to that. If you have a separate SG (e.g. in a DMZ) that is a proxy for the
requests then install your certificate on that.

To configure the SSL certs on either SG please refer to the SG docs at
http://www.ianywhere.com/developer/product_manuals/pylon_anywhere/index.html

Basically you need an existing key stored in a key store and you tell SG how
to load it via the securegateway.properties file.
SG comes with SSL enabled out of the box with a default certificate.

Regards,
--
Gerald Gillespie
Technical Support
iAnywhere Solutions

"Mait" <mait@emt.ee> wrote in message news:44d31df7$1@forums-1-dub...
> hey,
>
> how can one change the HTTP certificate in Pylon iAnywhere ver 7.0.8.3?
>
> after the upgrade it just used the previously installed certificate,
> and now that it's not using MS IIS for web, i cant figure how to use
another
> certificate ...
>
> Mait
>
>