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Discussion in 'General' started by david, Jan 1, 2010.

  1. david

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    Firstly hi,

    I'am very new to Elastix, I've pulled an Atcom AX400P c/w 2 fxo's & couple of AT530's from a working AsteriskNow install quickly got extensions, ring group, incoming / outgoing calls ect working....

    I've had a go with the search function but can't find it, or find it explained at the levelI understnd ! :- the following,

    i.) How to install an SSL Cert, GUI or command line ? a dummies guide would help or remove use of HHTPS ?

    ii.) UK Caller Id a working config it one one has one?
     
  2. danardf

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    Hi and welcome to our Elastix Forum.

    If you want to work on the SSL, you can install webmin (admin by a web browser).
    If you want "disconnect" the HTTPS, you have lots of post on this forum.
    Use the Search engine.

    If you want to know how configure Elastix, please, read the document Elastix Without Tears. There's almost everything into this document!

    Regards
     
  3. Patrick_elx

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    What is your problem about https?
    - The fact that when you use a web browser you have a warning about an unsecured certificate? For that you can either in IE or Firefox accept the exception permanently and you will not have any more warning.

    - using http instead of https? Bad move, but if you really want you just need to edit /etc/httpd/conf.d/elastix.conf and change RewriteEngine on to off

    - install an ssl cert from a CA trusted by your browser? First you need to obtain a proper cert request, send it to your CA, and then install the cert back. For free CA go to CAcert.org or go to some paid ones (startssl.com, verisign, ...). To create the request and the process to import it google 'ssl cert centos' and you will find plenty of FAQ and step by step how to.


    - use an authentication instead of a login/password for ssh? create a key (for instance with putty key generator), add this key in the account /.ssh/authorized_keys file. After testing that you can log in with your key, you can disable the password login in /etc/ssh/sshd_config file:
    # Disable password authentication forcing use of keys
    PasswordAuthentication no
     
  4. david

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    Thanks for the pointers, I've put webwin on the system (w/o tears hint)& intend to install cert via that I'll report back with the results
     

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