So I ren it as following
curl -fsSL https://unms.com/install > /tmp/unms_inst.sh && sudo bash /tmp/unms_inst.sh --http-port 8080 --https-port 8443 ---ssl-cert-dir /home/unms/data/cert '--ssl-cert unms.mydomain.com.pem' '--ssl-cert- ca unms.mydomain.com.pem'
Got the foloowing result
Downloading installation package for version 0.13.1.
Please set --ssl-cert-key
abraham@UBNT:/home$ ' --ssl-cert-key'
But I don't see any certificate created in /home/unms/data/cert
You stated previously that you wanted to create and use your own certificate.
- If you have not put the certificate there, why would it exist?
Seams I am ahead a step, meaning trying to install a certificate before it's created. in Unifi you create a certificate request running the following cmd
sudo java -jar lib/ace.jar new_cert unifi.mydomain.com “My Company Name” City State Country
But was told by UBNT-Radek in beginning “The mention about ace.jar is not relevant for solving your UNMS issue as that is a part of UniFi system”.
So how do I create the certificate request I ubnt?
Have you purchased a certificate, or are you trying to create a self-signed certificate?
- If you don't want to PAY for a certificate, then why not use the default Let'sEncrypt FREE certificate system integrated into UNMS.
- If you want to create your own self-signed one, then follow one of the hundreds of guides online.
(and you will will get non-secure messages as they are not from a trusted cert generator)