I want to install wildcard certificate to IDRAC6. We are managing over 200 DELL servers.
So Get CSR and publish each own certificate doesn't make sense.
Does anyone know how to ignore CSR and install wild card certificate to IDRAC6?
Command line or GUI, both make me happy.
Maybe in case of OMSA will be appreciated.
Better solution. I was able to upload a wildcard certificate to 8 of our PE R710, R715 and R815 machines. They are all iDRAC6.
The key is to increase the key length BEFORE you upload the wild card certificate.
Copy SSL Key and CRT (plus intermediate.crt files if necessary) files to Linux host that has access to RACADM utilityconcat your.crt and intermediate.crtcat your.crt intermediate.crt > combo.crtVI the combi.crt and make sure there is a hard return between the two certificiates.-----END CERTIFICATE----------BEGIN CERTIFICATE-----Expand the Key Size to allow for modern SSL Certificatesracadm -r 192.168.rac.addr -u root -p yourPass config -g cfgRacSecurity -o cfgRacSecCsrKeySize 2048Upload the your Private Keyracadm -r 192.168.rac.addr -u root -p yourPass sslkeyupload -t 1 -f your.keyUpload the Combo Certificateracadm -r 192.168.rac.addr -u root -p yourPass sslcertupload -t 1 -f combo.crtthis will cause a iDRAC reboot. it will take about 5 minutes to completeOnce done.. *.example.net certificate will work
After researching the issue, the iDRAC6 does not support wild card certificates.
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This one worked, thanks!!!
You're a rockstar, Jim. Thanks for saving my otherwise dreary afternoon of idrac problems.