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Delete SSL certificate


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Hi,

I am wondering how can i delete an ssl certificate that was generated on a EXOS switch with the command:
"configure ssl certificate privkeylen country
code:
 organization  common-name "
Also i wonder if it possible to see the filename and where it is located

Regards
Gonçalo Reis

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I don't think you can see the file. But you can unconfigure the ssl cert in 22.1

https://documentation.extremenetworks.com/exos_commands_22.1/exos_21_1/exos_commands_all/r_unconfigu...
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Stephen Williams wrote:

I don't think you can see the file. But you can unconfigure the ssl cert in 22.1

https://documentation.extremenetworks.com/exos_commands_22.1/exos_21_1/exos_commands_all/r_unconfigu...

So how can i delete the generated certificate if i dont know where it is, or which one is it?
Userlevel 6
Stephen Williams wrote:

I don't think you can see the file. But you can unconfigure the ssl cert in 22.1

https://documentation.extremenetworks.com/exos_commands_22.1/exos_21_1/exos_commands_all/r_unconfigu...

You can see it with "show ssl" and remove it with "unconfigure ssl certificate"
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Hi Stephen,

Thank you for your reply, but the unconfigure ssl doesn't work. As i said on my original post, i have configured a ssl certificate to be able to enable the https web server to play around with the RESTCONF, I have done this on EXOS VM. I can see the certificate with "sh ssl", to delete it i run the following commands:
EXOS-VM.17 # unconfigure ssl certificate
%% Incomplete command
EXOS-VM.18 # unconfigure ssl certificate ocsp-signature-ca all
EXOS-VM.18 # unconfigure ssl certificate trusted-ca all [/code]after each command i run the "sh ssl" and can see that the certificate has not been deleted.

Regards
Goncalo Reis

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