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Wildcard certificate on R80.10 SmartCenter

I tried to install a wildcard certificate on my R80.10 SmartCenter. In this I followed sk109593 but oddly enough I now get a default certificate. I had another certificate put in there and found that I had to reboot the machine to make it work.

But now the issue has reverted back to some build in certificate. When I restored my previously used certificate I was unable to get it to work again.

The only issue is that I also installed Take 56. So i guess I need to find the time to revoke Take 56 and see if that resolves the issue.

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Are you using it for https inspection?

you can refer sk113125.

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Hugo,

Can you confirm that the issue was caused by Take 56 and let me know if you were able to get it working?

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The jumbo take was not relevant. I tried to use it just for GAIA on the SmartCenter. It works just fine when I push it to the Portal of my gateway. And a wildcard certificate is rather pointless for SSL intercept traffic. I would use a subordinate CA for that.

The hostname of my SmartCenter however currently does not match the certificate which might explain better why it is not accepted. Not sure if I want to go through the pains of fixing that at the moment.

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