SSL/Cert/SAN Registry Key
List of Hostname, Birth Name and IP Address
Certificates are expected to be created for specific domains and should
match the URL used to access the unit. The Common Name or FQDN is by default
defined to be the hostname for the JNIOR. Additional identities are included
in every certificate. This is accomplished using the Subject Alternate Name
extension. This extension adds the IP address (both in binary and text
forms), the hostname (if not the defined Common Name), and the default
hostname ('jr' with serial number) to every certificate.
If you also want to access the unit using different domain names you can
add additional DNS names using this Registry key. One or more names may be
added using comma (,) separated list. These will also appear in the
Subject Alternative Name extension. Note that you will need to regenerate
your certificate if you make changes to SSL/Cert keys. Use the CERTMGR -C.
HELP Topics: SSL/Cert/E