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Installing Trusted Cert via Provisioning

Discussion in '3CX Phone System - General' started by Deepest, Oct 28, 2016.

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  1. Deepest

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    This is for 3CX V15 SP2

    Has Anyone been able to find a way to install a trusted cert through the provisioning template on the Yealink T2x/T4x phones? I am using Secure SIP and would hate to have to manually install it on every phone. I have a 360 extension install coming up.

    I have added the cert to the provisioning folder and added the http link to the template but it does not load the cert.
    I have to manually load it after the handset has provisioned.

    #######################################################################################
    ## Certificates ##
    #######################################################################################
    #Before using this parameter, you should store the desired certificate to the provisioning server.
    trusted_certificates.url = http://FQDN:5000/provisioning/xxxxxxxxx ... XPHONE.pem

    #trusted_certificates.delete = http://localhost/all,delete all the trusted certificates.
    trusted_certificates.delete =

    #Before using this parameter, you should store the desired certificate to the provisioning server.
    server_certificates.url =

    #server_certificates.delete = http://localhost/all, delete the server certificate.
    server_certificates.delete =

    #######################################################################################

    If i paste the link into a web browser the cert downloads.

    http://FQDN:5000/provisioning/xxxxxxxxx ... XPHONE.pem
     
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    Am i the only person utilising SIP-TLS ? Or does every one install the cert manually ?
     
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