My company is a telecommunications company and we have to sign a TLS certificate in order for the phones to work on the server. We are trying to set up distributed monitoring Master->client if I run the icinga2 node wizard on a bare minimum install of centos7 it works without a problem however if I run the icinga2 node wizard on one of our phone servers I get the error(see ticket below)
We have around 400 phone servers right now and we want to install monitoring on all of them but with them already having a TLS certificate I am unsure of what to do.
Is there a guide out there that will show me how to manually do the process without the wizard?
Here is the issue posted on github https://github.com/Icinga/icinga2/issues/7619
Describe the bug
If a TLS self-signed certificate already exist then the wizard will fail with
critical/cli: Failed to create new self-signed certificate for CN ‘xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx’. Please try again.
- Create a new bare minimum centos
- Create a TLS self-signed certificate
- Run icinga2 node wizard
There should be an option to use an existing certificate. My company is trying to setup monitoring on our phone servers and the phones use a TLS certificate thatss on the server so we can’t just create a new one we need the option to use the one that already exists.