For information on installing the Web based System Manager see Chapter 2

For information on installing the web based system

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For information on installing the Web-based System Manager, see Chapter 2: Installation and System Requirements in AIX 5L Version 5.2 Web-based System Manager Administration Guide . smgenprivkr Command Purpose Generates server private key ring files. Syntax smgenprivkr { server_name | -f list_file } -o organization -c country_code -d out_dir [ -k 512 ] [ -e mm/dd/yyyy ] Description The smgenprivkr command can be run on a machine that has been defined as internal certificate authority (CA). The smgenprivkr command generates ’ready to go’ private key ring files for the Web-based System Manager servers. The private key ring files are generated either for each server in the input server list file, or for the one server whose name is specified. You can use Web-based System Manager command to access the graphical interface. Flags server_name The full TCP/IP name of the server. If the name specified is S , a private key ring file S.privkr will be generated in the output directory. Alphabetical Listing of Commands 87
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-f list_file The full path name of a file with the list of server machine names (one line with full TCP/IP name per server). For each server S in the list, a private key ring file S.privkr will be generated in the output directory. -o organization Organization name (required for the server certificate). -c country_code Two-letter ISO country code (required for the server certificate). -d out_dir The output directory for the servers private key ring files. -k 512 This option does not exist in the exportable version. The server’s private key length will be 512. The default in the US version is 1024, in the exportable 512. -e mm/dd/yyyy Expiration date for the server certificates. The default expiration date is two years from the date of issuing the command. Examples smgenprivkr S101.IBM.COM -o IBM -c US -d /usr/websm/security/tmp -e 12/31/1999 smgenprivkr -f /usr/websm/security/tmp/server.list -o IBM -c US -d /usr/websm/security/tmp Files /usr/websm/security/SMCa.log Lists detailed information on all operations executed by the CA. Related Information The smgenkeycr , smimpservercert , sminstkey , smlistcerts , and the smsigncert command. For information on installing the Web-based System Manager, see Chapter 2: Installation and System Requirements in AIX 5L Version 5.2 Web-based System Manager Administration Guide . smimpcacert Command Purpose Imports the certificate authority’s certificate. Syntax smimpcacert dir cert_file Description The smimpcacert command imports the certificate authority (CA) certificate cert_file into the public key ring file SMpubkr.class that resides on the specified directory dir . If there is no SMpubkr.class file in dir , a new SMpubkr.class containing only the certificate of cert_file is created there. You can use Web-based System Manager command to access the graphical interface.
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