- ONTAP 9
- Self-Signed certificates
- Admin certificates
- SVM/Vserver certificates
This article describes the procedure to renew an SSL self-signed certificate in ONTAP 9 storage systems. The default certificate expires after 365 days. The procedure is similar for other SSL certificates used by any SVM/Vserver.
Not able to access System Manager web server for management via HTTPS.
|ONTAP 9.10.1 and later||How to renew a self-signed certificate in System Manager|
|ONTAP 9 via command line||How to renew an ONTAP Self-Signed SSL certificate via command line|
|ONTAP 9 via power shell||How to renew or recreate an ONTAP self-signed SSL certificate with the NetApp PowerShell Toolkit|
|Data ONTAP 8.2 7 mode||How to renew an SSL certificate in Data ONTAP 7-Mode|
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- If you are receiving the warning "
mgmtgwd.certificate.expiring" and are currently on or upgrading to a version of ONTAP 9.2 or later, see the article FAQ: What is the Certificate Truststore?