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Oracle ILOM Remote System Console/Oracle ILOM Remote System Console Plus Failure After Uploading a Custom Certification Authority (CA) SSL Certificate. (Doc ID 2317046.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 04, 2021

Applies to:

Sun Server X3-2 - Version All Versions and later
Integrated Lights Out Manager (ILOM) - Version 3.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Oracle Integrated Lights Out Manager (ILOM) - Version 3.2.10.x (JUL17CPU).

This note applies to Oracle ILOM Remote System Console and Oracle ILOM Remote System Console Plus applications on Oracle ILOM versions 3.2.10.x and later. The affected versions were released starting July, 2017.

Use Oracle ILOM CLI "version" command to display the version and the date of Oracle ILOM currently running on the SP. This information is also available on the "Versions" tab under "System Information" via the Oracle ILOM Web interface.

The Oracle ILOM Remote System Console and Oracle ILOM Remote System Console Plus are Java Web Start applications that you can launch from the Oracle ILOM web interface. When you use the Oracle ILOM Remote System Consoles, you can redirect and control the following remote KVMS features:

- Keyboard
- Mouse
- Video and/or Serial Console Display
- Storage devices or images (CD/DVD, floppy device)

For more information, see:

Using Remote KVMS Console for Host Server Redirection at:

Using Remote KVMS Securely at:


 When a custom Certificate Authority (CA) SSL certificate is uploaded to Oracle ILOM, the remote console fails to start and displays an error message.

The Remote System Console Plus displays:


The Remote System Console displays:


 Additional SSL certificate validation checks have been introduced in Oracle ILOM as of firmware version 3.2.10.x.


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