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Trusted Root Certificates

Some authentication methods, such as TLS, require that a trusted root certificate be present on the server.

If one is not already present, add the root certificate according to the system or CA’s instructions. Then it add it to the SBR Carrier configuration so that any method that requires it has access.

Adding a Trusted Root Certificate

To add a trusted root certificate to the SBR Carrier server using the Web GUI:

  1. Select RADIUS Configuration > Authentication Policies > Trusted Root Certificates.

    The Root Certificates List page (Figure 87) appears.

    Figure 87: Root Certificates List Page

    Root Certificates
List Page
  2. Click Add.

    The Add Root Certificate dialog box (Figure 88) appears.

    Figure 88: Add Root Certificate Dialog

    Add Root Certificate
Dialog
  3. Click Browse to browse the location of your trusted root server certificate. (This is normally / ServiceRegistry-base/install/cacerts, if the certificates were installed by root but can be in a different location, depending on the CA’s installation program and the permissions of the user account that installed them).
  4. Select the root certificate you want to use and click Open.
  5. Click Upload.

    The Upload Successful dialog box (Figure 89) appears.

    Figure 89: Upload Successful Dialog

    Upload Successful
Dialog
  6. Click OK.

    The Root Certificates List page (Figure 87) displays an updated list of trusted root certificate entries.

  7. Optionally, select the Replicate Trusted Root Certificates check box to replicate the added root certificates.
  8. Click Apply to save the changes.

Modified: 2017-09-27