If you plan to configure telephony services in your deployment using IBM
® Unified Telephony, import the Telephony Application Server's SSL certificate into the Sametime
Proxy Server's truststore.
Before you begin
Secure Socket Layer (SSL) encryption is required for telephony services. You must import the telephony server's SSL certificate into the Sametime
Proxy Server's truststore before you enable SSL between Sametime
Proxy Server and Sametime
Parent topic: Working with Sametime servers that are enabled for SSL
- Copy the SSL certificate from Sametime Unified Telephony:
- On the Telephony Application Server, log in to the IBM WebSphere® Application Server Integrated Solutions Console as the WebSphere administrator.
- Click Security -> SSL certificate and key management -> Key stores and certificates -> NodeDefaultTrustStore -> Signer certificates.
- Select the Alias default_signer or the appropriate one, if you customized, and click Extract.
- Type a file name for storing the signer certificate.
The Telephony Application Server WebSphere
Application Server console displays the location of the extracted certificate. For example:
Note this location because you need to copy the file to the live names proxy server in the following step.
- Move the file from the previous step to the etc/ directory under the Deployment Manager for the Live Names Proxy cell.
- Now import the SSL certificate into the Sametime Proxy Server's truststore:
- On the Sametime Proxy Server, log in to the WebSphere Application Server Integrated Solutions Console as the WebSphere administrator.
- Click Security -> SSL certificate and key management -> Key stores and certificates -> CellDefaultTrustStore -> Signer certificates.
- Click Add.
- Type an alias for the certificate; for example, "SUT".
- Type the name of the file where you stored the SSL certificate.
- Click Apply.
- Save the imported certificate by clicking Save in the "Messages" box at the top of the page.
- Restart the Sametime Proxy Server.