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HUAWEI Bar 500 V600R019C00 Maintenance Guide

Describes how to maintain, and troubleshoot the Videoconferencing Endpoint.
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Managing Certificates

Managing Certificates

You can import server and CA certificates into your endpoint on the web interface. These certificates can be used to identify users, certificate authorities, and servers to improve communication security. For example, if an endpoint needs to register with a SIP server using the Transport Layer Security (TLS) protocol or encrypts BFCP signaling over TLS, it must have a server certificate loaded first.

Before importing a certificate, make sure it is issued by a security authority to prevent security risks.

  • Server Certificate: You have obtained the required certificate from the SIP server administrator or downloaded it from a certificate authority.
  • CA Certificate: You have downloaded the required certificate from a certificate authority.

Server Certificate

You have obtained the required certificate from the SIP server administrator or downloaded it from a certificate authority.

NOTE:

The server certificate can be in .pem or .jks format.

  1. Choose Maintenance > Certificate Management.

    The Certificate Management page is displayed.

  2. Choose the Server Certificate or CA Certificate tab, and click Add Certificate.

    The Import Certificate or Import CA Certificate dialog box is displayed.

  3. Click Certificate to select the certificate you want to import.
  4. Click Private Key and select the private key file to be uploaded.

    NOTE:
    • Only the certificate in .pem format requires a private key file.

    • If a plaintext private key is imported, you do not need to import the password file. In this case, perform step 6 to import the files. The system randomly generates a password and encrypts it.

    • If a ciphertext private key is imported, the private key password file is mandatory. If you do not import any password file or import an incorrect password file, the import will fail.

  5. Click Password and select the password file you want to import.
  6. Click Import.
  7. Click Return when OK is displayed.

    NOTE:

    After adding a certificate, you can delete it or view its details. For a server certificate, you can also enable or disable the HTTPS, SIP, 802.1X TR069, and RPC services for it.

CA Certificate

You have downloaded the required certificate from a certificate authority.

  1. Choose Maintenance > Certificate Management.

    The Certificate Management page is displayed.

  2. Choose the Server Certificate or CA Certificate tab, and click Add Certificate.

    The Import Certificate or Import CA Certificate dialog box is displayed.

  3. Click Certificate to select the certificate you want to import.

    NOTE:

    Only the certificate in .pem format can be imported.

  4. Click Import.
  5. Click Return when OK is displayed.

    NOTE:

    After adding a certificate, you can delete it or view its details.

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Updated: 2019-06-25

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