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Certificate authority is not trusted

Hi,

Please help me with this issue:

I installed APIC-EM in an offline environment. I tried to load an internal CA signed certificate. After loading the certificate I am getting a successful message but now my error is "Certificate Authority is not trusted" and after reloading the system when trying to get to the certificate menu under settings I get the message: "something went wrong while loading certificate info 404 Not Found".

I tried this:

Ubuntu Manpage: update-ca-certificates - update /etc/ssl/certs and ca-certificates.crt

But still no success.

Please help

Thanks in advance!

Arik

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Re: Certificate authority is not trusted

Hi,

I posted this question long time ago and I still wasn't able to solve this, please help.

Thanks in advance,

Arik

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Re: Certificate authority is not trusted

Maybe this document will help: Cisco Application Policy Infrastructure Controller Enterprise Module Deployment Guide, Release 1.3.x - Cisco APIC-EM S…

To validate the signature of the CA, the receiver must first know the CA's public key. Typically this process is handled out of band or through an operation done at installation. For instance, most web browsers are configured with the public keys of several CAs by default.

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Re: Certificate authority is not trusted

Thank you for your reply.

I did everything as described in this guide, it looks like there is something I need to do in the operation system for trusting the CA, but it is not described in this guide.

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