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Using Intermediary on Navisite

Post by Arf » Mon Jan 03, 2011 8:35 pm

I have to buy 2048 bit SSL certs and install onto Navisite server. Does anyone know if these servers require a "Intermediary or CABundle"? And if so, how do you install them?

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Post by Arf » Tue Jan 04, 2011 10:58 am

Answer: the cert installs without the bundle.

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Post by Sapphyre » Wed Jan 05, 2011 2:06 pm

We had to install the CA for a newer crt, but with a renewal of an older one, it turned out there was a .ca file already on server for it (in the crt folder)

There is also an intermediate.crt file in that same folder with the certs - which I understand needs to be installed only once per server, not for every domain.

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Post by Sapphyre » Wed Jan 05, 2011 2:15 pm

We had to install the CA for a newer crt, but with a renewal of an older one, it turned out there was a .ca file already on server for it (in the crt folder)

There is also an intermediate.crt file in that same folder with the certs - which I understand needs to be installed only once per server, not for every domain.

i.e. I believe you can either spec and install an individual file for each domain - OR - use a single common intermediate file spec'd the same for each domain.

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Post by Arf » Thu Jan 06, 2011 3:56 pm

Maybe Navi actually was pro-active and installed the intermediary cert. That would be amazing.

cPanel seems to want the intermediary cert each time.

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