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RickyDan
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Solved: Incorrect password when importing SSL certificate into Mobile Access blade

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I am trying to upload a certificate to the Mobile Access blade (Gateway Properties > Mobile Access > Portal Settings > Import). However, I am always receiving an incorrect password error. I am generating the P12 file using a certificate and private key, both in PEM format, with the following command.

 

openssl pkcs12 -export -out p12file.p12 -inkey private-key.pem -in wildcard-cert.pem -passin pass:MyPassword -passout pass:MyPassword

 

Solution: Use openssl version 1.1.1 with the above command. I was using version 3.x.

 

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Jarvis_Lin
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using cpopenssl or openssl version 1.1.1,

if using openssl 3.x that will cause password error

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the_rock
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Let me double check, but I believe command seems correct.

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Jarvis_Lin
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using cpopenssl or openssl version 1.1.1,

if using openssl 3.x that will cause password error

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RickyDan
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So what you're saying is that the CP mgmt server has openssl installed and I should be generating the P12 file on the mgmt server itself?

I assume I have to take the following steps:

  1. Upload certificate file and private key to CP mgmt server.
  2. Use cpopenssl to generate my P12 file.
  3. Import P12 file into Mobile Access blade.
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Jarvis_Lin
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mgmt server only has cpopenssl which version is 1.1.1.

your step is correct.

If you want to generate .p12 on third party server, the version of openssl must be 1.1.1 or you get error password is incorrect.

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