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Remote Worker (IX Workplace) / ASBCE Certificate Issues

Remote Worker (IX Workplace) / ASBCE Certificate Issues

Remote Worker (IX Workplace) / ASBCE Certificate Issues

(OP)
Hello all,

I believe I am having issues with certificates. My IX Workplace on my phone will open, not show any errors however I never get the green check mark. It does however show call history. I can reach my 46xxsettings.txt file from the FQDN. My setup is an IPO with VM Pro running on an application server in which I created all of the certificates from

Below is the process I did:

Downloading the IP Office root certificate:







Generating an IP Office identity certificate:





-Subject Alternative Names (SAN’s)
DNS:FQDN
DNS:Domain
URI:sip:FQDN
URI:sip:Domain


Generating an identity certificate for the ASBCE:

A1




B1



-Subject Alternative Names (SAN’s)
DNS:FQDN
DNS:Domain



















ACSS

RE: Remote Worker (IX Workplace) / ASBCE Certificate Issues

(OP)
derfloh: Reverse Proxy

ACSS

RE: Remote Worker (IX Workplace) / ASBCE Certificate Issues

(OP)
derfloh: I am going to start a new post as the configuration has changed. Not sure how to close this one.

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