Larry,

Were you ever able to import a wildcard cert into the HMC?
I found a lot links for a normal cert, but nothing for a WC.
I've tried many scenarios, all coming up empty.

Paul

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From: MIDRANGE-L <midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx> On Behalf Of DrFranken
Sent: Wednesday, April 19, 2017 11:54 AM
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Subject: HMC Wildcard Certificate - Java Keystore

We are getting crap from providers now that having an HMC with a self signed certificate is no longer acceptable. Such a device may be banned from their equipment racks and it now violates various requirements.
It's not just the HMC of course it's IBM i, switches, firewalls, routers, SANs, tape libraries, and the beat goes on.

Obtaining a separate key for every device in the DC is both expensive and a management nightmare.

So a wildcard it is. Working in many places but from IBM: "the hmc does not support adding a wildcard certificate."

There is a POSSIBLE workaround that involves creating a java keystore in jks or pkcs12 format, importing the wildcard to that and then importing that keystore into the HMC.

Has anyone experience with creating a Java Keystore that might have insights into doing that? 'The Google' returns thousands of hits but they all seem to think I'm a java expert to start with.

Anyone put a wildcard cert into their HMC??


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