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Certs expired today afternoon #94

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hchenji opened this Issue Aug 16, 2018 · 2 comments

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hchenji commented Aug 16, 2018

nextepc no longer starts, at least with nextepc-epcd . I'm guessing the binary packages for distributions also have the old certs, which means that all nextepc instances may not start.

Might be a good idea to generate fresh certs during package install time, or in the error message, ask the user to run make_certs.sh if expired.

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acetcom commented Aug 17, 2018

Hi, @Ravi-t, @giuliol, and @hchenji

We renew the freeDiameter certificate, and set the expiration date to 2028-08-16. And also, the error message(You can renew the certificate... ./make_certs.sh ...) is added if certificate is expired.

Ubuntu/Debian package will be updated 1~2 days later.

Thanks for raising this issue.

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hchenji commented Aug 17, 2018

Closed, thanks!

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