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Maintenance Guide

TE30, TE40, TE50, TE60, and TX50 Videoconferencing Endpoint V600R006C10

This document guides the operator to maintain the device

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Importing a Certificate

Importing a Certificate

You can import client, server, SiteCall, 802.1x, and TR-069 CA authentication certificates into your endpoint from the endpoint web interface. These certificates can be used to identify users, certificate authorities, and servers to improve communication security.

  • Before importing a certificate, ensure that it is issued by a security authority to prevent security risks.
  • When applying for a certificate, specify its validity period (recommended: no more than 36 months). Import the certificate you have applied for at your first login to the endpoint web interface. Besides, replace the certificate that is to be expired in time to prevent security risks.
  • The certificate to be imported must be in .cer, .pem, .pfx, .p7b, .p7c, .spc, .p12, .der, or .crt format.
  1. Choose System Settings > Installation. The Installation page is displayed.
  2. Click Import Certificate. The Import Certificate dialog box is displayed.
  3. Click Select File to select the certificate you want to import.
  4. Select the desired certificate type.

    • To import a certificate for authenticating registration or calls when the endpoint functions as the client, for example, when the endpoint registers with a SIP server using TLS or encrypts BFCP signaling using TLS, select Client certificate.
    • To import a certificate for authenticating calls when the endpoint functions as the server, select Server certificate.
    • To import a certificate used for SiteCall security, select Multipoint conference certificate.
    • To import certificates used for 802.1x wired or wireless network authentication, select the desired certificates. When selecting the certificate type, choose the network type, which is Wireless and wired by default.
    • Select TR069 CA certificate for authenticating the ACS. If the management server (for example, TMS) and the file server (for example, IIS) are separately deployed, they must use the certificates issued by the same organization.

  5. Click Import.
  6. Click Return when OK is displayed.
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Updated: 2019-01-31

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