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SHA2 on Avaya J-Series Phones

SHA2 on Avaya J-Series Phones

SHA2 on Avaya J-Series Phones

(OP)
Anyone implemented this?

We are using our internal certificate server and wanted to move IP Phones from SHA1 to SHA2. CM/SM/SMGR 8.1 full SIP environment.

RE: SHA2 on Avaya J-Series Phones

what is your question? My first thought is to stand up new http servers and try migrating it one subnet at a time.

RE: SHA2 on Avaya J-Series Phones

I've done it with our team here. We use SCEP to get the identity cert of the phone. We use the 46xx file to point it. I can send you the actual lines in the file. If your setup is the same. In the root directory with the firmware, we add in our root and subca certs.

RE: SHA2 on Avaya J-Series Phones

(OP)
Hi,

thanks for your response.

I have never done any SHA2 so logically the process to take the certificate to get it to use pfx/p12 seems to be confusing. what parameter do i put the key file password or it to merge all certs - the signed ca, root, intermediate and key file to create the pfx/p12 file

Do i require a staging server of some sort?

RE: SHA2 on Avaya J-Series Phones

(OP)
Thanks for the reply @wpetilli

yes please. from our SCEP server i can see that it is being signed, but when it starts installing that CA it fails. I believe im missing the password but no idea where to put.

Can share me the actual lines to edit?

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