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OnApp implements SSL certificates management, so that customers can import their SSL certificates to the cloud via OnApp Control Panel.

Below you can find instructions on how to add SSL certificates to OnApp Control Panel.

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Prerequisites


 

Ensure that the following conditions are fulfilled before uploading SSL certificate to OnApp Control Panel:

  • Manage SSL certificate permission is on. For more information refer to the List of all OnApp Permissions section of this guide.
  • SSL certificate consists of three files with the following names: ca.crt, ca.key and bundle.crt
  • SSL certificate is not protected by password.

View SSL certificates


 

To view the list of SSL certificates:

  1. Go your Control Panel > Settings > SSL Certificate button.
  2. The page that loads, shows all available SSL certificates with their details:
    • Name - the label of SSL certificate
    • Path - the route to SSL certificate

Add SSL certificate


 

You can either upload SSL certificate or set up a self-signed one (default self-signed certificate that comes with OnApp CP installation).

To upload SSL certificate:

  1. Go your Control Panel > Settings > SSL Certificate button.
  2. Click Upload.
  3. Click Choose File to select the required SSL certificate from your file system.
  4. Click Submit.

To set up a self-signed SSL certificate:

  1. Go your Control Panel > Settings > SSL Certificate button.
  2. Click the Setup self-signed SSL button. This action will setup default self-signed certificates that come with OnApp CP installation. Setting up certificates will restart the CP webserver and make it unavailable for few seconds.
  3. Move the Confirm setup self-signed SSL slider to the right to confirm your action.
  4. Click Submit.

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