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Uploading a New APNS Certificate to Cisco Unified Mobility Advantage
Published: July 28, 2011
A valid Apple Push Notification Service (APNS) certificate is required to provide missed call and voicemail notification services to iPhone users of Cisco Unified Mobile Communicator clients that connect to Cisco Unified Mobility Advantage servers, when the client is not running.
The certificate included with Cisco Unified Mobility Advantage expired on September 2, 2010. Subsequent updated APNS certificates expire annually. To avoid interruption in notification services, you must replace the expired certificate with a new one.
You can also use the procedures in this document to replace the APNS certificate if you accidentally delete it from Cisco Unified Mobility Advantage.
Obtaining the New Certificate
Download the certificate from http://tools.cisco.com/support/downloads/pub/Redirect.x?mdfid=281001413.
Uploading the New Certificate to Cisco Unified Mobility Advantage
Step 1 Use a browser other than Internet Explorer 8.0 for this procedure.
Step 2 Sign in to the Cisco Unified Mobility Advantage Admin Portal.
Step 3 Upload the APNS certificate:
a. Select Security Context Management > Security Contexts.
b. Select Add Context.
c. Enter values:
d. Select Submit.
Configuring Cisco Unified Mobility Advantage to Use the New Certificate
Step 1 Go to System Management > APNS Configuration.
Step 2 Enter information:
Step 3 Select Submit.
Step 4 Restart the server.
Future Certificate Replacement
This replacement certificate expires on July 26, 2012. You may want to add a reminder to your calendar to check for a new replacement APNS certificate before this date.
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