PKI Subsystem Configuration

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PKI Subsystem Configuration

TKS

Configuration of this PKI subsystem can be accomplished in one of three ways:

(1) The configuration URL is present on the screen. When this occurs, something similar to the following should appear on the screen (e. g. - Dogtag 1.3):

   PKI instance creation Utility ...
   
   
   PKI instance creation completed ...
   
   Starting pki-tks:          [  OK  ]
   
   PKI service(s) are available at https://<fully qualified domain name>:<secure tks port>
   
   Server can be operated with /etc/init.d/pki-tks start | stop | restart
   
   Please start the configuration by accessing:
   http:/<fully qualified domain name>:<tks port>//tks/admin/console/config/login?pin=ki0R7vMRR75NoIhBrxmf
NOTE:   Default secure tks port:   13443
  Default tks port: 13080
NOTE:   Dogtag 9.0 uses a master daemon, 'pki-tksd', with an optional specific instance
(e. g. - '/sbin/service pki-tksd start | stop | restart [TKS instance])!

Invoke a browser, insert the configuration URL, and follow the step-by-step instructions displayed in each panel.

   IMPORTANT:   When finished, don't forget to restart this PKI instance before attempting to use it!

(2) If the user no longer has access to the configuration URL displayed on the screen, one can find the configuration URL at the end of the /var/log/<instance name>-install.log. For example:

   .
   .
   .
   [2008-02-22 18:22:46] [log] Configuration Wizard listening on
   http:/<fully qualified domain name>:<tks port>//tks/admin/console/config/login?pin=ki0R7vMRR75NoIhBrxmf
NOTE:   The pin is also stored in the /etc/<instance name>/CS.cfg file as the preop.pin parameter.
  The tks port is also stored in the /etc/<instance name>/server.xml file as the first uncommented "non-SSL HTTP/1.1 Connector" Connector port parameter.

Invoke a browser, insert the configuration URL, and follow the step-by-step instructions displayed in each panel.

   IMPORTANT:   When finished, don't forget to restart this PKI instance before attempting to use it!

(3) PKI subsystems can also be configured "automatically" by creating and using the pkisilent component with a predefined profile.

   IMPORTANT:   When finished, don't forget to restart this PKI instance before attempting to use it!

TPS

Configuration of this PKI subsystem can be accomplished in one of three ways:

(1) The configuration URL is present on the screen. When this occurs, something similar to the following should appear on the screen (e. g. - Dogtag 1.3):

   PKI instance creation Utility ...
   
   
   PKI instance creation completed ...
   
   Starting pki-tps:                                        [  OK  ]
   
   PKI service(s) are available at https://<fully qualified domain name>:<secure tps port>
   
   Server can be operated with /etc/init.d/pki-tps start | stop | restart
   
   Please start the configuration by accessing:
   http://<fully qualified domain name>:<tps port>/tps/admin/console/config/login?pin=X4PRHsoagBcuNUGeneUM
NOTE:   Default secure tps port:   7889
  Default tps port: 7888
NOTE:   Dogtag 9.0 uses a master daemon, 'pki-tpsd', with an optional specific instance
(e. g. - '/sbin/service pki-tpsd start | stop | restart [TPS instance])!

Invoke a browser, insert the configuration URL, and follow the step-by-step instructions displayed in each panel.

   IMPORTANT:   When finished, don't forget to restart this PKI instance before attempting to use it!

(2) If the user no longer has access to the configuration URL displayed on the screen, one can find the configuration URL at the end of the /var/log/<instance name>-install.log. For example:

   .
   .
   .
   [2008-02-22 18:27:58] [log] Configuration Wizard listening on
   http://<fully qualified domain name>:<tps port>/tps/admin/console/config/login?pin=X4PRHsoagBcuNUGeneUM
NOTE:   The pin is also stored in the /etc/<instance name>/CS.cfg file as the preop.pin parameter.
  The tps port is also stored in the /etc/<instance name>/server.xml file as the first uncommented "non-SSL HTTP/1.1 Connector" Connector port parameter.

Invoke a browser, insert the configuration URL, and follow the step-by-step instructions displayed in each panel.

   IMPORTANT:   When finished, don't forget to restart this PKI instance before attempting to use it!

(3) PKI subsystems can also be configured "automatically" by creating and using the pkisilent component with a predefined profile.

   IMPORTANT:   When finished, don't forget to restart this PKI instance before attempting to use it!

References