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The Root OCA Certificate Does Not Contain A CRL Distribution Point - How to Work Around This? (Doc ID 401284.1)

Last updated on MARCH 08, 2017

Applies to:

Oracle Security Service - Version: 10.1.2
Information in this document applies to any platform.


OCA version

For inter-operation with Check Point VPN-1 the CRL distribution points (LDAP / HTTP) must be encoded into the root Certificate Authority certificate as x509v3 extensions for the VPN-1 to be able to pull CRL-Lists.

Unlike user and server certificates, the root CA certificate from Oracle Certificate Authority (OCA) does not include the CRL distribution point in the X509v3 extensions.

Can the root OCA certificate be changed to encode this URI (and maybe in addition an HTTP-URI) in the X509v3 extensions?


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