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|2020-09-01||Initial release of the document.|
This document explains how to Enable HTTP Access. The preface for enabling HTTP access contains the following sections:
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Instruction : To enable HTTPS for Tegsoft server you are going to prepare some files, transfer files to server and restart some services. Steps below will help to enable HTTPS access.
Note: All file are needed.
openssl x509 -in certificate.crt -out certificate.pem -outform PEM
Certificate root and parent keys (bundle.crt) If you do not have a bundle.crt file please create an empty file with a name bundle.crt
ls -lrth /etc/httpd/conf.d/tegsoft.conf
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 1.3K Jul 10 05:32 /etc/httpd/conf.d/tegsoft.conf
rm -rf /root/custom_certificates
Configure Tegsoft software not to override configuration. You need to create a file (/root/custom_certificates) if you want to customize HTTP configuration
Connect to server via SSH with root user
Below command will disable auto-generation of server certificates and will notify the server to allow user to use custom certificates.
echo 1 > /root/custom_certificates
service httpd restart
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